Good early Wednesday morning! I hope your week is going great! I will be out of town for a while today which I explain below in the video. However, will have a lot of time to work on the long range blog and forecasts. We have a storm system or very weak one working in today with a little bit of snow. Here is my latest video blog.
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LONG RANGE FORECAST BASED OFF THE HEADY PATTERN. THIS COVERS NEBRASKA, IOWA, KANSAS, MISSOURI, OKLAHOMA AND ARKANSAS.
December 11th-17th: Cool with rain chances on Sunday, then staying dry through Tuesday. Cool with rain chances on Wednesday and Thursday with cold temperatures for the rest of the week.
December 18th-Christmas Eve: Mild temperatures return this week with mainly dry condition through the week. We will cool back down for Christmas Eve.
December 26th-New Years Eve: A mild start to the week with rain and snow chances on Tuesday and Wednesday. Cold and dry the rest of the week.
January 1st-8th: A mild start to the week with slight chances for rain on Monday. Then cold temperatures work in with slight chances for snow by Saturday.
January 9th-14th: The first half of the week will be cold and dry. Mild with rain chances on Thursday with colder temperatures for Friday and Saturday with slight chances for snow.
January 15th-21st: Another cool week with rain or snow chances on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.