It is hard to believe that we are looking at the week headed into Thanksgiving and we are talking about sunshine and 60s!!! This will be a great week for holiday travel across Kansas!! The only downside to this very mild forecast is an elevated fire danger! We have very dry conditions across the state today and with a gusty S wind fire conditions will remain high. Thanksgiving is looking great!! A huge ridge of high pressure will dominate the central and SW part of the nation this Thursday.
Clouds and patchy fog to start your Friday morning!! The mist and fog will taper off but the clouds will stay with us this morning. Clouds will gradually start to break as we go into the afternoon and we are going to warm up big time!! With a gusty south wind and some sunshine we will be closing in on some record highs in the southern half of the state today. Today there is a HUGE ridge of high pressure over the SW corner of the nation. This high will bring up some very warm temps by this afternoon.
Finally we get a break today from all the clouds, and drizzle and the general grunge that we’ve seen since the weekend… A cold front pushing through early this morning will be sweeping out the clouds and the grey grungy drizzle. As the front moves through it is creating a bit of fog and drizzle, but this won’t last long! NW Winds are already pretty gusty and they will continue to be blustery through the afternoon.
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