Early Sunday AM September 18th Update – Looking Warm This Week

Good early Sunday morning, everyone. After we had plenty of rain and t-storms to start the weekend out, we were treated to a pretty good Saturday yesterday. Once we got past the foggy start with lows in the lower 60s, we managed to get afternoon highs yesterday into the lower 80s under partly to mostly sunny skies. Late last night and earlier this morning, I was keeping an eye on the little area of rain and t-storms out in central Kansas. They initially struggled to hold together, but they’re holding on around Larned, Ellsworth and Hutchinson. Around here, we’ve been keeping the overnight dry on the radar below…

Those t-storms fired up ahead of an upper-level disturbance sitting out over Utah and Colorado. Some of those t-storms could try to sneak in by sunrise. If they don’t, we’ll start our morning out with partly to mostly cloudy skies and at least a chance for a few t-storms. Temperatures under the clouds and rain chances should start in the lower 60s…

sundayamsatrad

Thankfully (if you don’t want t-storm chances all day), our t-storm chances today should be confined to this morning only. Once the afternoon gets underway, we should all stay dry under partly to mostly sunny skies. We will warm back up into the lower to middle 80s for afternoon highs…

sundayhighs

We should keep things dry for tonight and Monday, but we’ll also be warming things up a little more to start the new work/school week off. After lows drop to the middle 60s for Monday morning, we could see highs top out near 90 degrees for Monday afternoon…

mondayhighs

A front may graze us to the north for Tuesday and Wednesday. As it does, it could give us a slight chance for a few t-storms. For the most part, most spots should stay dry for most of the week. Highs will stay pretty warm in the upper 80s all the way to our first day of fall on Thursday. Going into the upcoming weekend, another good front will start working in…

saturdaysystem

With the way that system looks early on, we could keep Friday dry before t-storm chances really start picking back up as early as Saturday morning. Not only will that system bring better t-storm chances back in, that front could also drop highs back into the middle 70s for Saturday afternoon. For the latest on Doug’s pattern and how we look beyond the next 7 days, he has you covered over on headypattern.com

Have a great Sunday, everyone!

Nick

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:  A mild start to the week with a warm finish. Rain chances on Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday.

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