Tuesday Evening November 28th – Rain Chances FINALLY Work In Tonight!

Good Tuesday evening, everyone. It was another dry and mild day across the area, but the clouds have definitely started to pick up. It has been a while since we’ve seen decent rain chances pass on through, so we could really use some before we wrap up a pretty dry November. Those chances will pick up later on, but we’re not seeing much here on the radar below to start the evening out….

While not a particularly strong system, we have a front and a low pressure center out in Oklahoma. You can see for yourself below how it’ll have enough moisture to get some rain chances back in here…

Rain will develop on the Kansas and Oklahoma side late tonight and spread over the area as we start heading back to work and school by 6 o’clock Wednesday morning…

With the clouds and the rain working in, it’ll turn cool by Wednesday morning with lows starting in the upper 40s to near 50°…

While the bulk of the rain moves out late Wednesday morning, we’ll still hold onto the clouds and some occasional showers/drizzle throughout the rest of the day…

As a result of that, we’ll only see afternoon highs Wednesday climb into the upper 50s. Going into Wednesday night and Thursday morning, the rain chances move on out while we’ll start Thursday with mostly cloudy skies. In terms of how much rain will be left behind, it won’t be the good soaking that we need. However, some accumulating rain between a quarter of an inch to half an inch is better than nothing…

After we start mostly cloudy Thursday morning, we’ll finally see the cloud cover start turning partly sunny as we work into Thursday afternoon…

It’ll be a chilly Thursday afternoon, though. With a quick blast of high pressure working in from the west, a north breeze will only allow afternoon highs Thursday to work into the middle 50s…

Beyond Thursday, we’ll see temperatures return into mild territory for the coming weekend. We’ll keep the skies quiet for the weekend, though. Going into next week, we’ll keep Monday quiet for now. After that, we’ll watch how our next storm system will unfold as we work into the middle of next week. 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 Wednesday!

Nick

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