Good Tuesday evening! I hope you are having a great week so far. The weather has been fantastic and it should stay that way for at least the next week. We have had very weak waves rolling through and a little stronger (but still weak) wave will roll through on Thursday. Now remember, we are still sitting in the 57 day cycle, but the cycle has started to shift and the new cycle is already here. It has just recently started and now my job is to find it which I am currently working on. I can use the old 57 day cycle for about another 6 weeks as it fades out, but I will easily find the new one here in the next two weeks. So lets look at Thursday’s system
Look at this same weak system back on June 7th
This will give us some scattered thunderstorms Thursday afternoon and very comfy temps toward the weekend. We may not make it out of the 70s for highs on Friday. Lets jump ahead to August 21st. Here is what eclipse day is looking like as of now.
Check out my long range forecast below. On my next blog I will update it into October for you.
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LONG RANGE FORECAST BASED OFF THE HEADY PATTERN. THIS COVERS NEBRASKA, IOWA, KANSAS, MISSOURI, OKLAHOMA AND ARKANSAS.
Next Week: Great temperatures again with mainly 80s through the week. Chances for showers and thunderstorms on Sunday and Monday. Rain chances roll back in on Wednesday and Thursday with our next system.
August 13th-19th: A warm start to the week with highs into the with 80s for highs, but 90s return for the second half of the week. Rain chances on Friday and Saturday.
August 20th-26th: Eclipse Monday looks good right now with partly sunny and skies and a high around 85. Hot late in the week with rain chances on Friday and Saturday.
August 27th-September 2nd: A warm start to the week with the heating kicking in by mid week. Cooling down a bit for the holiday weekend with some rain chances.
I will extend the long range forecast through the entire summer here in the next day or two.
DOUG HEADYHEADY PATTERNMETEOROLOGISTSEVERE WEATHERTHUNDERSTORMS