Monday, March 30, 2009

Thunderstorms pushing through

It is a warm blustery night out there after highs in the 60's around the area. All this warmth and wind is out ahead of the next cold front which is going to push through late tonight. As I mentioned this morning, showers and thunderstorms would be possible along the front tonight between 10:00 PM and 1:00 AM and we have just that with a "weakening" band of showers and thunderstorms entering Western Missouri.

Take a look at the radar below:

There will likely be an hour or two of some rain, heavy at times, then cold front pushes through late with a cold blast of air back into the 30's by Tuesday morning. Highs Tuesday will only rebound into the 40's with increasing westerly winds up to 20-40 mph. Tomorrow is going to feel pretty cold with the windchill.

There are two more storms I am monitoring in the next 7 days. Both of which have a slight potential to bring us some snowflakes. I will go more in depth on the next storm tomorrow after this passes by.

Alex Pickman


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