Only a few clouds right now – the satellite tv for pc is usually choosing up on the snow that’s left on the bottom in Kansas and Nebraska!
With plenty of sunshine, lighter winds, and barely milder temperatures right now, we’ll proceed to work to soften all of that white stuff to the north.
The climbing temperatures this week will probably be good, however there’s a draw back… Dry circumstances persist notably within the southwest, so we have already got a *Hearth Climate Watch* in place for the Oklahoma panhandle on Thursday when the winds will decide again up once more. These hearth hazard considerations might be extending into southwest Kansas, too, so keep tuned.
Looking forward to the month of February, sadly we aren’t seeing a lot aid for people within the southwest. General, temperatures look to stay barely above regular.
Additionally, precipitation is trying to keep barely under regular. Issues can definitely change within the coming weeks, however at this time limit, indications are that drought circumstances will solely worsen in southern Kansas and northern Oklahoma.
I’ll let you understand how a lot hotter we’ll get this week and once we MIGHT see a bit of little bit of rain, arising on KSN Information at Midday. Or you possibly can watch our newest forecast video proper right here: http://ksn.com/2017/03/08/climate-forecast-dialogue/
~Katie the Climate Woman