Good Friday night/Saturday morning.  I hope your week has been great!  Mine has been pretty good except my Chiefs on Thursday night, ugh!  However, wild weather moves right back in for the weekend.  Most of the day on Saturday looks good, much like Friday.  Warm, windy and partly sunny skies.  Storms will get going on Saturday evening.  Lets go to 6pm

Any severe weather across the region will have the main threat of wind and hail, but still a low tornado threat.  Lets go to 9pm

Move to midnight.

After this point, we just switch to heavy rain.  Lets jump to next Friday.

The blue is snow, hmm, want to watch this.  We will go more into this the next few days.

Doug

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LONG RANGE FORECAST BASED OFF THE HEADY PATTERN. THIS COVERS NEBRASKA, IOWA, KANSAS, MISSOURI, OKLAHOMA AND ARKANSAS.

Next Week:  A great start to the week with rain chances on Thursday and Friday with much colder temperatures working in.

October 29th-November 4th:  A cold start to the week but warming up just a bit for Halloween.  There is a slight chance for rain that we will watch on Halloween and the first of November.  The rest of the week stays fairly mild.

November 5th-11th:  A mild start to the week with a storm system working in on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday with rain chances.  Turing a little cooler the rest of the week and mainly dry.

November 12th-18th:  Mild most of the week with a storms system with rain chances on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  Much cooler temperatures work in for the weekend.

November 19th-25th:  A cold start to the week with warmer temperatures working in by the middle of the week.  Rain chances on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday with colder temperatures again for the weekend.

November 26th-December 2nd:  Cold most of the week with rain or snow chances on Monday and Tuesday, then again on Thursday and Friday.

DOUG HEADYHEADY PATTERNMETEOROLOGISTSEVERE WEATHERTHUNDERSTORMS