FAN-tastic Friday night

160930_921_schoolcastIf you are headed out for a high school football game tonight, its going to be a picture perfect fall Friday night.

Today, light northerly winds and sunshine will be the rule for the day as we will see temperatures rise past the 70 degree mark. A few clouds will drift across the region as a ridge of high pressure begins to move in our direction.

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Another great fall day

160929_921_schoolcastIf your a fan of highs near 70 degrees and sunny skies, today is another day for you.  Things will start out a bit crisp, so send the kids out to the bus with light jackets.

160929_921_daycastThe area of low pressure has settled over the Ohio Valley,

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Clear and cool

160928_921_schoolcastThe cool and clear conditions are here for a while.  A cold front is moving through the area today and after yesterday’s temperatures around the 80-degree mark, we’ll struggle to get into the 70s today.

160928_921_daycastThe cold front is associated with an area of low pressure that is moving through the Great Lakes. The area of low pressure will continue to move the cold front though the area and it will be across southeast Missouri and into northern Arkansas and Oklahoma in the late afternoon hours.  High temperatures through the weekend will remain in the low 70s,

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Seasons come, seasons go….

160922_921_schoolcastWelcome to fall.  Back in 1955 George Jones and Darrell Edwards penned a song called “Seasons of My Heart”. It was released as the b-side of the number four hit “Why Baby Why”. The song was later released by Johnny Cash in 1960.

It was actually a better hit for Cash than it was for Jones as it became the number ten hit in 1960. 

160922_921_daycastEnough of the music history for this Thursday,

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Wednesday Quickcast

Keep the AC on.  Its going to be another hot one.

Here’s your Wednesday Quickcast:

160921_921_quickcastToday:  Sunny skies, highs in the upper 80s. Heat index values in the mid-90s.

Tonight: Clear skies, lows in the mid-60s.

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Another warm one

160920_921_schoolcastAnother summer day in store for the region.

Today will be much like Monday, clear skies and temperatures near 90 degrees.  The area of high pressure will continue to dominate conditions. Leaving us warm and dry, rainfall that is.

160920_921_daycastHigh humidity levels will force to near or above 100 degrees on Tuesday,

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Summer is hanging on…

160919_921_schoolcastHighs in the upper 80s.  Didn’t think I’d be typing that anytime soon, bu t summer just doesn’t want to let go.

160919_921_daycastWe are looking at a few days of above normal temperatures, today could be as much as 10 degrees above normal.  This pattern will hold through at least Wednesday.  So watch out for the high temperatures and some heat index values could be up in the mid-90s.

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Sunday Quickcast

Another nice day on tap for west central Missouri.

Here’s your Quickcast:

160918_921_quickcastToday: Bright and sunny, light southerly winds, highs in the mid-80s,

Tonight: Clear, lows in the mid-60s.

Monday: Much of the same,

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Saturday Quickcast

The weekend looks great.  Here’s your Quickcast for Saturday.

160917_921_quickcastToday:  Some patches of fog early, then mostly sunny, Highs near 80.

Tonight: Lots of moonshine, lows in the lower 60s.

Sunday: Lots of sunshine,

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Rainy days, sunny skies ahead

160916_921_schoolcastI’ll have to start this out with, whoops busted that one. I think that’s the general opinion of a lot of my meteorologist comrades today.  I think that a Facebook post I saw at some point yesterday summed it up best….. it read, “I wonder if any other area forecaster is as tired of busting the forecast this week as I am…

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