Hawila’s Heads-Up: The Start Of What We Need

It’s no surprise or secret that this May has been a wet one! Kansas City will likely officially end this month as the 6th wettest May on record with just over 10″ of rain. Only 0.12″ more and we would have broken the top 5.

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What we could use are some days to dry out, and it looks like a stretch of dry days is on the way this week. Let’s start with tonight. Isn’t the shot of LivePower Doppler below a thing of beauty? It’s not showing areas of rain!

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What we have left behind is an overcast sky that will be stubborn this evening. Gradual clearing overnight will leave us with a mostly sunny end to the weekend. This is the beginning of what we need: a stretch of dry days. Sunday looks fantastic! How quickly the clouds exit overnight will help determine how cool we get by Sunday morning. Most locations should expect their daybreak temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. A NNE wind 7-12 MPH will keep temperatures a bit below average with afternoon highs in the mid to upper 60s. The series of images below shows ForecastTrack’s idea of clouds clearing throughout Sunday. W

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The next 7 days look dry for the most part, Our next best chance for rain looks to arrive next weekend. Check out the forecast by clicking here. 

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