Thursday Night: How long will the storms be around?

Good Thursday night!  I hope your week is going great and you are staying dry out there tonight.  We have had rounds of heavy showers and thunderstorms with some of these on the severe side.  We will continue to see scattered thunderstorms along the I-44 corridor for the next couple of hours, but slowly dying off.  However, scattered thunderstorms will start to pick up in SE KS.  We will still have some strong storms in SE KS with some heavy amounts of rain.  Take a look at the radar below.

Most of our thunderstorms should be out of here by the morning hours.  I do expect to see pop-up thunderstorms once again during the afternoon.  However, they won’t be near as widespread as what we saw today.

Friday

Evening into the weekend, we will still have a few random pop-up storms, but most of the weekend is shaping up pretty nice.

The new Heady Pattern is in the morphing stage and will be completely set up here in about a month.  However, the new cycle that we will be dealing with for the next year is completely set and has already completed a full cycle.  This is now the dominant cycle and this is a fun time to see how it reacts with the new pattern.  Much more on headypattern.com

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Doug

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

Next Week:  Warm with slight chances for pop-up storms most of the week.  Temperatures will heat up a bit as we head into the holiday weekend.

September 4th-10th:  Hot with slight chances for thunderstorms on Monday and Tuesday.  Additional chances for thunderstorms toward the weekend.

September 11th-17th:  Mild start to the week with a warming trend through the week.  Hot temperatures should return by the weekend with most of the week on the dry side.

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