Friday Afternoon Forecast Discussion Update

We’ve had lots of sunshine this afternoon, unfortunately that hasn’t helped with the cold temperatures. Readings have been in the 30s for the most part and it looks like we’ll drop into the 20s tonight. A small scale disturbance dropping in from the northwest will bring us an increase in clouds by daybreak tomorrow and this could bring a possible shower tomorrow as highs will be in the upper 40s. As temperatures fall tomorrow night there could be some lingering snow flurry activity, with gradual clearing expected early Sunday. Highs on Sunday will be near 50-degrees.

 

Monday a southerly flow will develop and moisture will be on the increase into Tuesday. This will be in response to a storm system swinging across the southern plains. Highs by Tuesday will be reaching the middle 60s.  Look for a few showers late Tuesday night, with rain and thunderstorms likely on Wednesday. Some of the storms could grow severe next Wednesday and we’ll certainly keep you posted on that possibility over the coming days. The good news is that after the next big storm system passes temperatures won’t get too cold. In fact, highs will stay very close to the 60-degree mark for next Thursday and Friday.

 

Join us at five for more details!

 

Updated by: Chief Meteorologist Wes Wyatt