KSStorm.Info Briefing: Thursday, October 7

Sunshine and that good ol' Kansas wind start a three-day stretch of summer turning around and saying, "and another thing..."
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Gusty south winds will generally be confined to areas along and east of Highway 283 where the strongest surface pressure gradient will be. A shortwave ridge over the central and southern Plains will gradually shift east on tomorrow as increasing southwesterly flow aloft spreads into the region ahead of a strong upper level trough. This will lead to a substantial temperature jump, from 80s generally today to 90 or warmer tomorrow.

Most locations in Kansas are on record heat watch for Saturday, as temps are forecast to top out in the mid 90’s with some upper 90’s possible. Saturday will be windy and humidity values will be in the 20% range in the heat of the day. We may see Fire Weather watches posted for part of Saturday.

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