June is here and so is Summer! Here’s Mike with more.
Not much to say except high pressure is building in and that means hot weather for the next week. Mike has more in this morning’s Coffee and a Forecast.
It’s out with the breezes and in with the high pressure. That also means in with the heat with temperatures well over 100 this weekend. Here’s Mike with details.
A little bit breezy today as the system that missed us to the north moves out of Arizona and increases the severe weather possibilities for Texas and the Plains. We start a warming trend tomorrow that will have us over 100 in no time. Here’s Mike with more.
A system missing us to the north will increase our winds and decrease our temperatures today and tomorrow. Then it’s a warming trend through the weekend with our first 100 degree day likely either Friday, Saturday or Sunday. Here’s Mike with more.
A disturbance will be moving through the northern part of the state tomorrow and tomorrow night bring wind and cooler temperatures with it. After that it is a warming trend right into the weekend. Looks like we may hit that first 100 degree day just in time for June. There is also a moderate risk for severe weather in parts of Kansas and Nebraska. Here’s Mike with more:
Persistent low pressure of the coast is keeping us breezy and as that low moves our way we can expect more wind and cooler temperatures. Here’s Mike with more:
Two storms heading our way. Showers possible and likely through early next week! Mike has details including a sunrise that was sung by angels.
A few high clouds today and later this week otherwise lots of sunshine and warm. Our next chance of rain looks like perhaps early next week. Meanwhile, brutal wind chills for the upper Midwest and Lake Effect Snow for the Great Lakes as Arctic air spills south. Mike has more in this morning’s Coffee and a Forecast.
Arctic blast invading the upper Midwest while we stay cozy and warm. Mike gets his Taylor Swift on and shows us the warm and the cold of it in this morning’s Coffee and a Forecast.