Wednesday Evening November 29th – Quick Cool Down Before We Warm Up for the Weekend

Good Wednesday evening, everyone. For many of you, it was nice to see rain FINALLY work back in here after what’s been a pretty quiet and dry month. Amounts did vary depending on where you live, but some spots along and south of I-44 had isolated amounts up to about 3/4 of an inch. If you didn’t see any of this morning’s rain or wanted more, we’ll have more rain chances down the road. For the time being, we’re looking pretty quiet on the radar below to start the evening out…

Our frontal system has moved on toward the east and we’ll have an area of high pressure keep us quiet as we work through Thursday. You can see how it’ll work over the state of Kansas at the start of Thursday afternoon right below…

That high will do two things for us. First, after we start with some drizzle overnight and into early Thursday morning with mostly cloudy skies, the high will break the cloud cover apart as we go through Thursday afternoon…

Second, the high will keep a north breeze in place throughout the day. That will ensure a chilly Thursday afternoon with highs climbing only into the middle 50s…

The quiet skies will stick with us as we work into the week and the temperatures will work back into mild territory. Thanks to a south breeze returning by Friday, we’ll have highs back in the lower 60s by then and middle 60s will be waiting for us Saturday afternoon…

While we keep things quiet for Sunday, we’ll be watching for our next system ready its approach by Monday. You can see that for yourself below by 6 AM Monday…

With this front, the skies will turn mostly cloudy for your Monday. Also, with moisture to work with, rain chances will also return…

That system will move out to give us a quick break on Tuesday before more rain chances try to work back in by Wednesday. Also, with the systems to watch next week, they’ll also really cool us down as we go through our first full week of December. Don’t forget that Doug has your long-range forecast and his latest thoughts on the pattern over at headypattern.com

Have a good night and a great Thursday!

Nick

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