Good Monday evening, everyone. It was another warm day to start the work/school week out. We kept most spots quiet today, but we wasted no time warming up after starting in the upper 60s. We didn’t tie the record high of 90 back in 1958, but it was warm with a high of 88 back at 2:46 PM. We spent most of the day dry on the radar below, but you can certainly notice the rain off to our west and southwest…
Our next cold front is working across the state of Kansas and will be sweeping through over the next few days. It’s still set to bring a little bit of much needed rain around here and a nice cool down going into the end of the week. Doug has the latest forecast broken down for you below…
Don’t forget that Doug also has you covered with his long-range forecast and his latest thoughts on the pattern over at headypattern.com
Have a good night and a great Tuesday!
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