Teachman’s Take: A Big Cool Down Today

Clouds will dominate this morning with temperatures falling back into the upper 40s and lower 50s.

There’s a slim chance for a shower in 2 different areas today — both of which will avoid the core of the 435 Loop.  One area will be north of 36 Highway.  Another area will be south of a Paola to Warrensburg to Sedalia line.  These will be relatively brief and won’t affect travel significantly.  Winds will be a much bigger issue for all of us.  They will be sustained from 15 to 20 MPH and gust to 30.  We may see a few slivers of sunshine this afternoon with the clouds breaking up more toward evening.

Temps will drop a little more for Wednesday in the lower 50s.  There’s a slight chance for a shower during the day.  But, a better chance after midnight going into Thursday morning.  There could even be a random rumble.  These showers will move out early in the day.  Warmer winds will prevail Thursday giving us temps in the 60s.

By Friday, we’re back into the 70s.  Storms look likely late Friday afternoon and into the evening.  Leftover showers will stick around Saturday morning with skies clearing by afternoon.  Temps will be mild over the weekend in the 60s.  Sunday will be quiet with a mixture of sun and clouds.  Another strong storm system is timed for Monday that will give us showers and thunderstorms along with highs near 70.

Take care,

Teach

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