High pressure will slowly move northeast out of KELOLAND this evening and tonight. This will soon be replaced by low pressure well to our south.
The low pressure system is currently along the border of Texas and Oklahoma. It will move north over the next twenty-four to thirty-six hours. This will allow for thick clouds tonight and tomorrow with showers. Southeast KELOLAND will have the best chance for rain tonight and tomorrow, but we can’t rule out a shower or two elsewhere. Lows tonight will fall to the thirties and forties. Highs on Thursday will return to the sixties, but skies will be mostly cloudy.
As the low pressure system slowly leaves KELOLAND on Friday, clouds will decrease from west to east. Lingering showers will still be possible along Interstate 29 and east in the morning, but we’ll only hold that to twenty percent. Friday’s highs will warm to the sixties and seventies.
The weekend is looking dry and warm. Highs will remain in the sixties and seventies for Saturday and Sunday. Keep in mind, the average highs this weekend range from the middle to upper forties in eastern KELOLAND to near fifty in the central and west.