Good Wednesday Night! I hope your week is going great so far. Mine has been pretty good. Just a normal week with trying to keep up with my 200 things to do at home and work. It was a fantastic day for us today. However, temperatures are going right back down for us on Thursday. Plus we have a weak wave heading in our direction. Take a look at the radar below. This will most likely give us clouds through the day on Thursday and Thursday night.
Good Friday night! I hope your week was fantastic. Mine was actually pretty good, it just flew right on by. It has been cold but still not to bad. However, we are staying dry which you can see on the radar below. So lets take a look at what is going on for the weekend. Temperatures will similar to what we had today on Saturday. I do think we will pop into the mid 50s on Sunday and Monday which will be nice. We will slam right back down by Tuesday and Wednesday.
Good Monday Night/Tuesday AM, I hope the start of the week is great! Mine has been pretty good. I am over my Chiefs by now and have just accepted they are complete garbage. But don’t worry, I will waste another 3 hours watching them this weekend. Hey! We got some thunderstorms today. They are well east now and the colder air is working in. Take a look at the radar below. Here is the latest break down on the colder temperatures.
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