We’re tracking another VERY warm day considering it’s now November (hard to believe in and of itself). ‘Mostly sunny’ skies will get help from lighter south breezes today – sending high temperatures into the upper 70s…again. For some context, our average high temperature for this time of the year is down to 63°. It remains unusual that we stay this warm. Cooler days are ahead, though.
We’ll watch the cloud cover increase tonight – out ahead of our next storm system. Some light drizzle is possible on Wednesday morning, but far better chances for widespread rain will wait until tomorrow afternoon/evening. At this point, the heaviest rain still looks to be along the KS-MO line tomorrow evening (7pm – midnight). Spots along/east of US-75 will likely see the most rain from this weather-maker. Localized flooding is possible, especially underneath the stronger storms. Severe weather is NOT likely, though. Despite the return of rain chances, temps should have no problem pushing into the 70s.
An isolated shower might spill over into Thursday morning. Otherwise, we’re tracking another stretch of tranquil weather heading into the weekend. Generally, temperatures will be much cooler…but they’ll stay above average. Expect daytime temps in the 60s, with overnight lows in the 40s throughout this time period. After tomorrow’s rain chances, we won’t see another raindrop until MAYBE Sunday. Stay tuned.
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Have a great day! Happy November!
– KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert