Good Tuesday afternoon,
I am back with a new blog today after a couple of days off of work. I was in Kansas City this weekend and ran a half marathon as part of the Waddell and Reed Kansas City Marathon. If you are a runner, it's a beautiful course just beware of the hills.
On to this week's weather. We are going to have some great afternoons thanks to a series of cold fronts that will keep a fall feel to the air right into next week.
The first one arrives tonight and behind it we have ideal conditions for a cool night. Check out the surface map below and note where the high pressure area is early tomorrow. Mobile readers should click http://bit.ly/161sOMz to see the map.
The coldest air associated with a high pressure system is typically right under the center of the high. In this case, the coolest air in this system is over northern Missouri, where there are freeze warnings and frost advisories for tomorrow morning.
We will have a chilly morning tomorrow with temps around 40° but with southerly winds we should warm up to near 70 again tomorrow. Check out the surface map for tomorrow afternoon. Mobile readers should click http://bit.ly/161tAsX to see the map.
A weak system races through tomorrow and drags our second cold front through Green Country. The air mass behind this cold front is very cool. Our high will end up in the upper 50s. Thursday and Friday should offer outstanding weather; light winds, low humidity and cool temperatures.
Another cold front is showing up for Saturday. It is a weak one. A stronger cold front is also expected to arrive early next week. There might be a big warm up ahead of this cold front as this storm system appears more dynamic.
Have a great night!