Good Friday evening. I hope you have had a fantastic week. To be honest I am bored with this weather. We have been warm, dry and boring. Chances will come but when? Ugh!!!!!!!! Well not this weekend. Check out the warm temperatures sticking around for Saturday.
However, I do see some changes down the road. Here is my latest video-cast. Check it out.
Facebook: Meteorologist Doug Heady
LONG RANGE FORECAST BASED OFF THE HEADY PATTERN. THIS COVERS NEBRASKA, IOWA, KANSAS, MISSOURI, OKLAHOMA AND ARKANSAS.
Next Week: Mild temperatures with rain chances working in from Tuesday through Thursday. Mild the rest of the week.
November 6th-12th: A mild start to the week with cooler temperatures by mid week. Warming up by late week with rain chances.
November 13th-19th: A cold start to the week with mild temperatures returning for the middle of the week. Our next storm system works in for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. This will also bring in much colder temperatures for the weekend. We could see a rain/snow mix to end this system.
November 20th-26th: A cold start to the week that will last through the first half of the week. The second half of the week should be mild with rain chances by Saturday. Thanksgiving and Black Friday look nice at this time.
November 27th-December 3rd: Our next system works in to start the week with dropping temperatures. Rain or snow chances with these two systems Sunday through Wednesday. Cool temperatures stick around through the week.
December 4th-10th: Mild with rain chances on Sunday and Monday. Briefly cooling down after this system but not lasting long. A second system with rain chances roll in Wednesday through Friday with mild temperatures.
December 11th-17th: A mild start to the week with rain or snow chances by mid week with much colder temperatures working in for the second half of the week.
December 18th-Christmas Eve: A slow warming trend through the week with a storm system working in the second half of the week with rain chances through Christmas Eve. However, if cold air can work in it could go to snow by Christmas Day!