Good Friday evening! I hope you all had a fantastic week! Mine was actually pretty good. However, I am very ready for the weekend. The weather is going to be nice and I would love to get outside and do a few things before the cold temperatures work in next week. Lets look at this. A strong cold front will work in late on Monday.
With this front, we will see scattered showers late Monday, Monday night and into Tuesday morning. Then the much colder temperatures will arrive. Look at our upper level map for next Tuesday.
The pattern is blocking up, this will allow arctic air to sink south and sit on us for a few weeks. Check out my detailed long range forecast below.
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LONG RANGE FORECAST BASED OFF THE HEADY PATTERN. THIS COVERS NEBRASKA, IOWA, KANSAS, MISSOURI, OKLAHOMA AND ARKANSAS.
Next Week: Turning much colder through the week with rain chances on Monday. We could see a little light rain/snow mix on Wednesday. Cold with slight chances for snow on Thursday and Friday.
December 10th-16th: Mainly a cold week with rain and snow chances on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Staying cold into the weekend.
December 17th-23rd: Another cold week with rain and snow chances on Monday and Tuesday. Another system rolls in on Thursday and Friday with rain and snow chances.
December 24th-30th: A cool start to the week with mild temperatures working in after Christmas. There is a slight chances for rain on Christmas and again on Friday.
December 31st-January 6th: Up and down temperatures through the week with three cold fronts passing through. Rain chances on Sunday and Monday. Then slight chances for rain on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
January 7th-14th: Mainly a mild week with rain or snow chances on Wednesday and Thursday as it briefly turns cooler.
January 15th-20th: Cold air works back in with rain and snow chances on Tuesday, Thursday and slight chances on Saturday.
January 21st-27th: Another cold week with snow chances on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
DOUG HEADYHEADY PATTERNMETEOROLOGISTSEVERE WEATHERTHUNDERSTORMS