KELOLAND has had steady hits of rain and snow over the past couple of days. By the way things are setting up now we can all take a breather.
Over the next several days the upper plains will be caught in northwest flow. Meaning the upper level steering winds will be coming in from the northwest. Timing pieces of energy out of that flow will be tough over the next week, and almost any day has a slight chance for a light showers.
The key word is light, as we'll have limited moisture to work with. This pattern is a lot different than the one we just got out of with the storms coming in through the central plains allow for ample moisture to stream in from the south.
The northwest flow will also keep us cool with many locations remaining in the fifties for highs. Fifties are not unusual this time of year as those temps are the average highs for northeast KELOLAND while the rest of the area is still in the low to middle sixties.
Due to our set-up this week, many of us will be below average with just a slight chance for light showers.