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Low Clouds, A Storm & A Big Warm-Up!
The storm from yesterday has left a snail's trails of low clouds across the Plains. These will be tough to break. However by Easter Sunday they should move on.
Speaking of Easter Sunday, a potent, wet storm will pass 200-300 miles southeast of KC. This means wet & cold weather, maybe some snow will occur along and south of the I-44 corridor. Northwest Missouri will have mostly sunny skies as subsidence (downward motion) away from the storm will help to break up the low clouds in place.
After the storm leaves the Midwest, a southwest flow at the surface will take over. This means early next week we will have a huge warm-up as spring gets its act togteher.
See the visible satellite below from Friday afternoon. Notice, how we are stuck in the middle of a huge area of low clouds.
Posted by at March 25, 2005 4:25 PM