Good Tuesday night! I hope your week has been great so far. Mine has been super busy as always but good so far. A few scattered thunderstorms tonight into the morning hours, but the warm temperatures stick around the next few days. A stronger system works in Thursday night through Saturday. Remember we are right about a 57.5 day cycle this year. That means this next system is the same as roughly 58 days ago. Lets take a look.
You can see this big system working in on Friday. Lets go back a couple cycles. Here is March 24th.
You can see this same system one cycle ago. Let go two cycles back.
So lets take a look at what we should see at the surface. Thunderstorms work in Thursday night with severe weather that forms out to our west.
I don’t think these will be severe, but Friday evening an night definitely could be.
Make sure you check out the long range forecast just below this
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LONG RANGE FORECAST BASED OFF THE HEADY PATTERN. THIS COVERS NEBRASKA, IOWA, KANSAS, MISSOURI, OKLAHOMA AND ARKANSAS.
Next Week: A cooler start to the week with 70s for a good chunk of the week. Thunderstorm chances back in on Tuesday and Wednesday with our next storm system. Warming up with thunderstorms again heading into Memorial weekend.
May 28th-June 3rd: Scattered thunderstorm through the holiday weekend. Warm temperatures through most of the week with scattered thunderstorms till Tuesday. Then another system works in with thunderstorms on Thursday and Friday.
June 4th-10th: Warm with thunderstorms on Tuesday and Wednesday. Then slight chances on Friday and Saturday.
June 11th-17th: Hot most of the week with slight chances for thunderstorms on Thursday and Friday.
June 18th-24th: Hot with thunderstorms on Sunday and Monday. A little cooler mid week behind this system, but heating back up late in the week. Slight chances for storms on Saturday
We will have a stretch of hot temperatures from June 8th-12th, the 15th-26th of June will also be another very hot stretch. I will look into July and August in my next blog.
DOUG HEADYHEADY PATTERNMETEOROLOGISTSEVERE WEATHERTHUNDERSTORMS