Saturday, November 26, 2016

Rain Boots Instead of Snow Boots

A decent soaking rain will start the work week as a strong area of low pressure moves into the Upper Midwest.

Following a little fog Sunday morning winds will increase from the south pushing temperatures into the upper 40's, to near 50 degrees.  Cloud cover increases as gulf moisture is pulled northward by Sunday evening.  Look for showers to begin after sunset and become heavy Sunday night into very early Monday morning.  The heaviest rainfall is done by Monday morning with only light showers, or even drizzle, expected during the day.  By Monday evening the rain will pick back up before ending by Tuesday morning.  On the colder side of this system snow will fall over the Rockies and High Plains.

Rainfall totals will be close to, if not slightly over, one inch.  It's some much needed rainfall as the month of November is running close to two inches below where we should be.  We'll still end the month on a deficit, but at least we will get some rainfall before we begin December.

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