Thursday, April 8, 2010

Cold calm night

A cold has pushed through the region and has drawn in much cooler air. Temperatures have spilled into the mid to upper 30 with low 40's to the south. With northwest winds and dewpoints continuing to fall, lows for your thursday morning be near or below the freezing mark in some locations, especially from Kansas City, MO/KS northward. Frost will be possible in these locations. I dont think it will be really cold enough to damage much vegitaion, but it is probably a good idea to cover up sensitive plants, especially if you live in northwest Missouri. After a busy past 6 days with with severe weather all around including earlier Wednesday where up to golfball sized hail was reported with a "mini" supercell thunderstorm around the Kansas City area, it should finally be a calm, quiet night.

After a cold start to the day, temperatures will gradually warm up into the mid to upper 50's in northern Missouri to near 60 around the Kansas City area and 60's further south of there. It will be sunny with a breezy northwest wind making it feel a few degrees colder.

A warming trend will begin for your Friday with mid to upper 60's across northern Missouri and 70 spilling in to the south. Thing will really start to warm back up by Sunday and with the warmer nights expected this weekend into next week, things should really start greening up.

Alex Pickman


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