Wednesday, December 2, 2015

More active weather - no major storms yet

courtesy Nila Burch - Herington
After a long, icy holiday weekend, the weather has started to calm down and we are likely seeing Mother Nature take a break before more stormy weather heads into the Plains.

We are watching a storm system that will push into the region over the weekend. It will be starved of moisture, and isn't anything like the storm last weekend. There will be a chance for some drizzle or a few sprinkles, but the system is moving fairly quickly and will likely be gone by the end of the weekend.

Milder weather looks like it will be around for awhile longer. The pattern will shift again at the start of next week (Dec. 7th). Although we will have some occasional cold fronts moving through, temperatures in the afternoon will likely stay above normal through much of the week.

We are still expecting the weather to turn stormy in about 10 days. It's looking like at least two, if not three or four big storm systems will cross the area between now and the end of the month. This is something we will be talking about in the winter forecast which will be coming out Thursday night.

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