Here's why we can't break out of the stormy stretch. The winds at roughly 20,000 feet above us are blowing right along the front (parallel), so it can't move much in either direction. And this leads to round after round of rainfall.
|European Model forecast for rain|
|GFS (American model) forecast for rain|
Forecast model data continues to show central and eastern Kansas will get the heaviest rains. This data has changed from recent days, but between now and Saturday morning, several locations could get 1-2" of rain.
Looking ahead to the start of next week:
Temperatures: Low 80s for highs
Rain chances: Very low
Be sure to check in later this week as we look ahead to the holiday weekend forecast.