Milder and more refreshing conditions are in store thanks to a cold front that hs pushed through the Central High Plains.
High pressure at the surface settles in and northerly flow will prevail as a result. Much drier air will filter in as well as below average temps as we progress through the latter half of the weekend. It’s going to be a great start to our Sunday with comfortable conditions and lots of sunshine.
Highs today will top out in the 70s and 80s under mostly sunny to partly cloudy conditions.
A disturbance to the northwest will dip southward sparking up a few showers and storms out west.
One or two may become stronger closer to the Oklahoma Panhandle with hail and gusty winds possible.
Our Monday is going to start off even more pleasant with a little chill in the air. Lows will fall back into the 50s and 60s.
We could see an isolated storm or two on Monday but the bulk of the viewing area will remain dry.
An area of low pressure begins to track toward the KSN Viewing Area late Tuesday into Wednesday bringing our next round of moisture. This is going to bring the best chance for showers and storms as we head into our first week of August.
The severe threat will need to be monitored as temps will try and warm up leading to a more unstable atmosphere. A Marginal Risk does include parts of the Sunflower State for the threat of gusty winds and hail.
The active pattern that we’ve been dealing with isn’t going to end as northwesterly flow aloft continues to bring disturbances our way. High pressure attempts to build farther east by the latter half of next week which looks to keep us just a little bit drier. Temperatures begin to warm back up as well with highs climbing back into the 90s by Thursday and Friday. More heat is on tap for the next weekend with highs surging back into the mid and upper 90s.
Have a great day!