Suchan Says: Finally Some Dry Weather!

We’ve seen our fair share of active weather days over the past couple of weeks.  It’s time to enjoy a solid stretch of 5 to 7 days worth of dry weather other than a few very small opportunties for an isolated shower or storm (20% or less).

Saturday may start with areas of dense fog and mist through sunrise after all the recent rain.  By mid to late morning, any fog would quickly burn off for a mostly sunny afternoon.  Highs will reach the upper 70s to lower 80s around the area.


Areas of low clouds or dense fog early in the morning

Sunday brings more sunshine.  High temperatures climb to near 81.  Next week actually will see an unseasonably warm to hot pattern develop.  Rain chances are limited to 20% early Tuesday morning as a weak front brushes through the area.  Next chance of a shower or storm (20%) is Wednesday night to Thursday morning as a warm front develops across the northern part of the area and lifts into Iowa.

High temperatures Monday will reach the upper 80s and likely stay in the mid to upper 80s the rest of the week.  A few spots could touch 90 too.





Chris Suchan
Chief Meteorologist


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