Couple more unsettled days, then big change 

Posted: 8:34 am Monday, August 20th, 2018

By Kirk Mellish

There will be plenty of dry hours but the prospect of scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms is still with us for another couple days.

A moist southwest flow of air at all levels, an approaching upper-level trough and disturbances aloft and an approaching cold front are the combo for producing that.

It’s all part of a major (for this time of year) strong storm system in the center of the country. Even pulling down lows in the upper 30sF in the upper plains!

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MID-DAY TUESDAY:

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WEDNESDAY MORNING:

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3-DAY ACCUMULATED RAINFALL ESTIMATE AVERAGE:

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Wednesday through Friday fair weather high pressure takes control and we turn off the rain chance, lower the humidity some, increase the sunshine and cool the nighttime temperatures!

Then a more typical late summer weather pattern returns for the weekend and next week.

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