Dramatic cooldown to finish the workweek

A few moisture chances ahead
Published: Nov. 28, 2021 at 7:31 PM CST|Updated: 53 minutes ago
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A very stong cold front has made its way through with no severe weather. Now much cooler air to the north will make its way into our forecast area over the next few days. Highs in the 50-58 degree range will be the story for Friday and Saturday as we cloud up with a chance for a few rain showers. It could be cold enough for some snow showers (with the snow level at 4,500 ft) for Kimball and off to the south and west. We will dry out and have some sunshine as a pocket of warm air is over us on Sunday; highs will rise back into the upper 60s.

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Then another batch of rain is on the way for Monday. We will have a cool north flow and a lot of cloud cover again, and that will lower the highs back to the upper 50s for most. Some remnant rain showers are still possible early Tuesday, but by afternoon we are back to some sun and a warming trand. Highs Tuesday will be in the mid-60s, and we will add about 10 degrees to that on Wednesday with mostly sunny skies. Then for Thursday we are under high pressure with some sun and highs in the mid-80s. So after spending the majority of the week below our average high in the mid-70s, we finally have a warm-up by this time next week.

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