Good Saturday morning! I hope you had great work week and ready for the weekend. I am definitely ready for any weekend. I am a list man, meaning I write out everything I want to get done over the weekend. The problem is I write way to many things on the list I don’t even really know where to start. However, I had blog at the top of the list and here we are. So lets take a look at the radar below.
We are going to see a great day today.
There is a very slight chance we could see a pop-shower late this evening, mainly in NE OK, but most of us will stay on the dry side. However, our next system is working in.
You can seeing it kicking out of the SW US, this is right on track with the Heady Pattern. We are and have been on a 49.5 day cycle since last July. Rain chances will start to increase on Sunday. At least before showers and thunderstorms pop-up on Sunday afternoon we will pop will into the 70s for highs.
Thunderstorms will pop-up on Sunday evening. Some of the storms that pop-up could be on the strong to severe side with the main threat being hail and wind. Tornado threat is low but needs to be watched. I circled the severe threat.
As we work through the night, scattered thunderstorms and a severe threat will continue.
As we work into Monday afternoon, showers will stick around but the severe threat will shift south.
Of course I will keep you updated through the weekend. Also for all of my long range forecasts and heady pattern information go to headypattern.com.
LONG RANGE FORECAST IS BELOW BASED OFF THE HEADY PATTERN:
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LONG RANGE FORECAST: Based off of the HP(Heady Pattern)
SLIGHT CHANCES: MEAN IT IS A WEAKER SYSTEM THAT WILL GIVE US SCATTERED SHOWERS OR SNOW SHOWERS.
IF I DON’T SAY SLIGHT: THAT MEANS THIS IS A STRONGER SYSTEM THAT WILL GIVE US MUCH BETTER PRECIPITATION CHANCES
Next Week: Showers and thunderstorms on Sunday and Monday. Cooling down on Tuesday and Wednesday, before we hit a warming trend heading into next weekend. Thunderstorms return next weekend with a severe threat.
April 17th-23rd: We will deal with two systems to start the week. This will give us thunderstorm chances through Wednesday with a severe threat on Sunday and then again on Tuesday and Wednesday. We will have mild to warm temperatures through the week. Another system rolls in for the weekend with another severe threat working back in.
April 24th-30th: A warming trend through the week with thunderstorm for the middle of the week. This system should give us severe thunderstorms with the best chance on Tuesday and Wednesday. Cooler temperatures working in late in the week.