Friday, October 23, 2009

Patchy drizzle...Nice Saturday!

We are experiencing a cool, dreary day with overcast skies and patchy drizzle. This is what is happening behind the strong storm system that is continuing to push east of us. Locations in northeastern Kansas and northern and eastern Missouri will likely continue to have some patchy drizzle or a couple light showers through early evening. After the precipitation moves to the east of us, we will be left with an overcast, cold, and windy evening. The good news is that we will get some sinking air late tonight, and this will allow the clouds to pretty much completely clear, leaving us with sunny skies across the area in the morning.

The air becomes more dense when it sinks and allows it to warm easier. This will be the case tomorrow with abundant sunshine, highs should top out in the upper 50's and low to mid 60's around the area. Northern Missouri should have highs in the upper 50's with a little cooler temperatures in northeastern Missouri. The Kansas City area will top out with highs in the low to mid 60's. Temperatures will warm the further south and west you go from there. So, after a cold and wet week of weather, Saturday should be a very nice day.

Another system will enter the are Sunday bringing clouds back in and a chance of rain. Next week is looking very interesting but I will wait to talk about in a couple days. I will have a new blog tomorrow.

Alex Pickman


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