It's remarkably quiet around much of the country. Very few watches/warnings/or advisories. And this is the time of year when storm systems get stronger and the weather should be getting more exciting. But lately, it's been pretty uneventful (with the exception of all the record highs happening around the country)
Kansas will get some rain this weekend. It may not be very much, even though the Gulf of Mexico moisture will be flowing right up into our area. As the storm system approaches Kansas, it should be weakening. Rainfall around here over the weekend will mostly be under .25", but we may see some pockets of .50" across the west.
|Weekend forecast rainfall amounts|
Looking down the road, I continue to see temperatures gradually getting colder. The models have been doing a terrible job in the extended period, but I'm expecting our temperatures to be near normal for awhile, and then go below normal as we get closer to Thanksgiving.
Don't forget our winter forecast is coming out Monday night at 10 p.m. I'm also planning a Facebook Live after the story airs so you can ask questions.