Sunday, March 15, 2009

Here comes the warm air!

After a cool morning, highs managed to top out in the upper 50's and 60's around the area today with. There is a weak upper level low moving through the area and with limited moisture, only a few showers formed. The chance of sprinkles and isolated showers will continue overnight, but there will be nothing heavy developing.

Skies will clear tomorrow morning, with southerly winds, highs will push into the low to mid 70's. The big push of warm air comes in on Tuesday (St. Patrick's Day). With winds out of the southwest, we will be well into the 70's with low 80's from Kansas City southward. The record high at KCI is 82 degrees. Im not sure if KCI will break that high, but it will be close with a forecasted high around 80 degrees.

A cold front will push through Tuesday night, but dont expect it to get "cold" as it should only keep highs on Wednesday and Thursday in the 50's, and possibly upper 40's on Thursday. Then it looks like we start another warming trend for next weekend.

I will have another blog soon.

Alex Pickman


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