Quiet weather now, will it last?
Tomorrow will be a fairly nice days with high temperatures coming close to or even reaching 60. During the evening hours we will see some showers and thunderstorms ahead of a cold front. There are even some indications that the rain could get heavy in a few localized areas.
Overnight Friday a weak storm system will approach from Canada. This storm system will likely bring some rain and maybe even a snow shower. Here is a look at the likelihood of snow.
Saturday will be quite cold with temperatures struggling to hit 40 in our northern counties.
We will have a chance of a shower Wednesday and Thursday.
I am already monitoring a very dynamic storm threat for Thanksgiving week. What the models are hinting at is a cold front will develop Tuesday in the center of the nation. Low pressure will form and it will drop to a similar strength of today's storm. However, there will be more instability which will result in more widespread and stronger severe thunderstorms and tornadoes. The GFS model is also predicting 1-2 FEET of snow in Kansas from this storm.
As it moves west it will weaken but there is another piece that could make things even more interesting. Models across the board show some type of Tropical system in the Bahamas of varying strengths. It'll be interesting to see how it interacts with the cold front and trough and I'm honestly not sure how it will yet.
All this is very far out but I thought I should include it in the discussion tonight. Be sure to check out my twitter and stay tuned for my official winter forecast!