Suchan Says: World Series Weather in New York and Our Forecast

Royals took care of business here at home and now travel to New York to finish this World Series!!  Lets take a moment to look at the forecast in the Gotham.

GFS computer model panel... image highlights areas of moisture and lift to develop precipitation

GFS computer model panel… image highlights areas of moisture and lift to develop precipitation

In the image above, the next system to move into our area is easily identified as moisture cuts north through the middle of the country late Friday into the first part of Saturday.  Notice along the east, drier conditions prevail with “blue shading” dominant.  That’s indicative of sinking air with high pressure in control.  Or another way to look at it, GREAT weather for baseball in New York Friday and Saturday.

Friday Evening:  Clear skies and on the chilly side for Game #3

Friday Evening: Clear skies and on the chilly side for Game #3

Saturday Evening:  Partly to mostly cloudy and cool for Game #4 of the World Series

Saturday Evening: Partly to mostly cloudy and cool for Game #4

Now if there is a Game #5 Sunday, a chance of showers will be in the forecast much of the day and a few could linger into the evening.

Friday Morning starts mostly clear and frosty cold

Friday Morning starts mostly clear and frosty cold

Friday Afternoon:  Increasing clouds with rain edging closer to us

Friday Afternoon: Increasing clouds with rain edging closer to us

Friday Evening:  Patchy rain overspreading the area

Friday Evening: Patchy rain overspreading the area

Meanwhile back home, a sunny day awaits Thursday and most of Friday is dry until the evening hours when patchy rain will spread in.  Friday night looks soggy and this rain will last into half of Saturday before moving out in the afternoon.

GO ROYALS!!!!  Finish this series!

Chris Suchan
Chief Meteorologist
KCTV5/KSMO

Twitter:  @ChrisSuchanKCTV
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