Teachman’s Take: Dry And Cold Start To The Holiday Week

Wind chill temps will start off cold  Monday morning in the 20s.


Looks like we’ll have sunshine this morning with clouds returning by afternoon.  Winds kick up from the south/southeast at 10 to 15 MPH.  The high will be 55.  Clouds thicken Monday night and into Tuesday morning.


Showers will develop before dawn on Tuesday and continue through the rest of the day.  Total rainfall amounts through Tuesday night will be in the neighborhood of up to a quarter to a half of an inch.


Temperatures will be slightly above the norm in the upper 50s to near 60.  Showers will taper by Wednesday morning.  One of the busier travel days of the year on Wednesday will see clouds in the morning with clearing skies by afternoon.  Thanksgiving looks mainly dry with sunny to partly cloudy skies and highs near the norm in the lower 50s.  There is a quick moving system on Thanksgiving.  This system is starved for moisture, but a shower or two in northern Kansas or northern Missouri cannot be ruled out.  Next weekend looks cool with rain by Sunday.  Highs will be in the 50s. Take care, Teach

Take care,



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