Teachman’s Take: Showers begin to move out, a little more sunshine Wednesday

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A stalled frontal boundary has continued to affect parts of the viewing area for our Tuesday bringing more showers and isolated thunderstorms. An area of low pressure has been riding along that bringing the moisture that we’ve been seeing but that will begin to move eastward as we progress into tonight. We could still see an isolated sprinkle, especially across SE Kansas. Drier air will begin to filter in tomorrow bringing a little less cloud cover, and some warmer conditions with the help of the sunshine. A nice warming trend will begin to develop through the Central High Plains as well due to winds turning back around to the south. This will bring our temps back up into the 80s by Friday into the weekend. The mild air will be streaming up out ahead of a system that will be increasing our chances for showers and storms by late Friday all the way into the start of next week. This boundary looks to stall with pieces of energy bringing unsettled weather all the way through next Tuesday. We’re not expecting washouts but on and off showers and storms are looking more and more probable but what we’re going to have to watch is the threat for severe weather. We will have some ingredients that do support that this weekend into next week so make sure you’re keeping tabs on to your Storm Track 3 Weather App, as well as the weather team for the latest updates!

Have a great night!

-T.J. 

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