Friday, September 23, 2016

Friday wrap up - complete 180 on the weather next week

I hope everyone has a nice weekend. It won't be a washout, but we will have some rain around for part of the weekend. I'll admit, it's a little exciting to see the snow coming down on a Friday night in Colorado. Fall is my favorite time of the year as the seasons begin changing.

Weekend rainfall:
Still looks like the heaviest will be over central and eastern Kansas. There are enough ingredients coming together to expect thunderstorms, but the severe threat will be very low. If something does ramp up and become severe, I don't expect it to last long. If you are west of Hays to Dodge City, this weekend doesn't offer up much rain for you.

What to watch next week:
It will mainly be a quiet week for Kansas, but MUCH cooler than this week has been. Our weekend storm will spin around over the Great Lakes/Upper Midwest and that should keep us in a quiet weather setup.

Could see more tropical development
We will keep an eye on the Pacific! Another tropical storm could form (which would get the name Roslyn) and move toward Baja California. This would be the 3rd or 4th storm to do just that. It's possible some of that leftover moisture could get this far northeast, but still so much uncertainty this far out.

Mars & Saturn: They will be visible in the evening sky if you are looking southwest.

That's it for now. Millie has a big birthday on Sunday and I'll be on the Sunday morning show. Have a good weekend.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

...finally fall- thank goodness! And, Happy Birthday Millie!

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