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Rainy Pattern Coming To KELOLAND

June 9, 2014, 6:45 PM by Grant Smith

Rainy Pattern Coming To KELOLAND

A pattern of on and off rain is headed towards KELOLAND, which means we can expect showers and a few rumbles of thunder every few days.

As the upper level flow moves over the continent, these weak upper level low pressures come out from the north and bring KELOLAND some much needed rain. But as quickly as they come is how fast they leave, only lasting for a day or so. 

And as soon as the rain leaves the area, high pressure sets up giving us bright blue skies.

This pattern does look to last into next week so with current timing, it looks like KELOLAND will see rain this Wednesday, this Saturday and beginning of next week around Tuesday so keep those umbrellas and rain jackets nearby.

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