Suchan Says: Cold Fronts on the March

Cloudy skies for much of the night ahead with occasional mist for much of the night.  Early in the morning, a lingering sprinkle or very isolated shower is possible early as the first of two cold fronts pushes across.  Temperatures will start in the upper 40s.

By early afternoon, a rapid increase in sunshine across the area will be underway with a gusty northwest wind and highs in the upper 50s to lower 60s.

NAM computer model panel showing deep moisture & lift along advancing cold front

NAM computer model panel showing deep moisture & lift along advancing cold front

The second cold front pushes in mid to late evening.  Latest data on this front suggests a narrow corridor of strong lift with marginal moisture could be in place for scattered clouds and also a few sprinkles or quick hitting shower.  Given this latest trend on a slight evening rain chance as the front moves by, I will add a low end risk of a sprinkle or quick shower for Game #2 of the World Series.  But in the grand scheme of things, this is not the type of rain chance to seriously impact the game unless a decent shower were to materialize to force a quick delay.  I still expect baseball Wednesday evening.

I would also plan on a breezy northwest wind with falling temperatures late evening making it feel colder.

Wednesday Morning:  Mostly cloudy with a sprinkle or two possible

Wednesday Morning: Mostly cloudy with a sprinkle or two possible

Wednesday Afternoon:  Sunny skies with a gusty northwest wind

Wednesday Afternoon: Sunny skies with a gusty northwest wind

Wednesday Evening:  Patchy clouds with a sprinkle or shower along cold front

Wednesday Evening: Patchy clouds with a sprinkle or shower along cold front

Game #2 World Series

Game #2 World Series

Chris Suchan
Chief Meteorologist
KCTV5/KSMO

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