Teachman’s Take: St. Patrick’s Day Stellar Forecast

St. Patrick’s Day starts dreary and ends stellar!  Cloudy with early sprinkles or a spotty shower until 9 AM.   MOST PLACES WILL STAY DRY!

We’ll start off much milder this morning in the 50s.  By the time the parade kicks off, any hints of rain will be history and skies will start to break up.  We’ll see partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies this afternoon.  Highs will be in the upper 60s and some will touch the 70s.  Winds will switch directions from the north and be a bit breezy at 10 to 15 MPH.

A wonderful weekend is ahead!  Plenty of Saturday sunshine is expected with highs in the middle 60s.  We’re well into the 70s for Sunday as a few more clouds will be in the mix.  While there’s a slight chance for a passing shower on Monday, it looks like most of our area will be on the drier side of things.  The Missouri side may see a shower, but the Kansas side looks dry.  Still a slim rain risk for Tuesday as temps fall from Monday’s high of 65 to the upper 50s Tuesday.  Models are still trending on a decent storm system for the Plains Thursday and Friday.  This will bring us showers and thunderstorms.  Highs will rebound into the 60s.

Take care,

Teach

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