Teachman’s Take: Last Cold One For A While

This morning will be the coldest out of the next week.  Temps are bottoming out in the 30s.  We’ve had a little light snow tracking in northern Missouri.

This should slide east/southeast and fade by 11 AM.

Clouds will dominate today and any breaks of sunshine will allow our temperature to warm back into the middle 50s this afternoon.  Winds will be breezy as they switch to the southeast, gusting to 20.

A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible just as the AM commute starts on Thursday.

These will move out rather quickly during the morning.

Temperatures will surge back to the upper 60s in the afternoon.

Beneficial rains are on the way for late in the day on Friday.  Our chances for severe storms looks low at this point.  However, rainfall amounts from a half inch to an inch are likely.

Temps will be warm in the lower 70s Friday.  Heading into Saturday, showers will linger through the morning and taper during the afternoon.  Highs over the weekend will be in the middle to upper 60s.  It will be a decent weekend once the rain departs and sunshine returns heading into Sunday.  There’s another good shot for rain next Monday with skies clearing out Tuesday and Wednesday.  Temps next week look mild in the 60s.

Take care,

Teach

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