Joe’s Weather Blog: Welcome To San Diego Days (SUN-9/21)
Good afternoon…fabulous out there today with temperatures in the 70s and a nice north breeze blowing away…some great weather continues for a few days with some clouds every so often.
Tonight: Clear and crisp with lows tanking to 45-50°. Perhaps even a couple of degrees cooler closer to the IA border.
Tomorrow: As near perfect as can be for mid-late September. Sunshine with highs 70-75° again. Lighter to calm winds
Tuesday: Increasing mid-level clouds…temperatures again in the 70-75° range. A little more of a SE wind at 10-20 MPH.
As many of you know, I’ve been (and most of KC has as well) been living and dying with the Royals. This has been a tough weekend so far and I’m real worried about this upcoming Cleveland series but I wanted mention big props to Billy Butler…I guess (hopefully not) this may be the last time he is in a home Royal uniform…he was always a big supporter of FOX 4 Weather and School Day at the K. So I’ll be thinking of him a lot today and this coming week. He’s done a lot for KC and various charities especially the Bishop Sullivan Center…so thanks Billy for giving back to KC.
Onwards to some beautiful weather in KC…just a perfect fall pattern settling in awhile. The satellite picture this afternoon is a thing of beauty in the 4-state area…
The cold front that harmlessly came through KC overnight has pushed to the south with scattered showers and storms along the I-40 corridor in TX-OK-AR.
Meanwhile the remnant moisture from what was Odile is still creating some headaches and flooding rainfall in parts of TX and NM.
Rainfall over the past week have exceeded 12″ per doppler analysis in parts of southern NM. Click on the image below to see some of the totals…you can see the bulls-eye area though in SE NM and parts of NW Texas
Here is a look at storm totals via doppler radar from the NWS in Midland, TX…this is from 2:45 PM THU to now…
and more wet weather is expected down there for a few days…
For us here in KC…not a lot is going to happen. Aside from some clouds and the chance of maybe some passing showers on WED (very iffy for the I-35 corridor eastwards)…things are going to be dry for quite some time. Odds at this point may be favoring a rather dry 5-7+ day period which means for those who over-seeded…you’ll be relying on the sprinklers a lot for the next week or so..
With that said we’ll wrap up this short blog (for me). Not a lot of weather to talk about and with that said tomorrow will be a weather blog day off. Get outside and enjoy this phenomenal weather!