Stormy pattern next week

While Friday and Sunday will be dry, every other day in the 7 Day Outlook will include a chance of showers and thunderstorms.

Next week’s set-up shows a jet-stream that buckles to the north. The jet is the “steering wheel for storms” so when it’s far to the north, this will leave anything under it stationary.

Low pressure will develop and remain stationary over western Kansas. Severe storms will form ahead of the low and southward into Texas along a dryline. With a stationary front overhead, we will have an opportunity for repeated rains as disturbances ride along the front from west to east.

I’ve seen quite a few farmers working in their fields. Hopefully they are getting a lot done before the fields turn to mud next week! -ES


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This post was written by qni_it on May 5, 2011

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