Monday, October 22, 2018

Tonight- Clear. Low: 40-44. 

Tuesday- Mostly clear. High: 58-62.

Tuesday night- Mostly clear. Low: 35-39.

Wednesday- Partly Cloudy. High: 54-58.

Thursday- Mostly cloudy. High near 54. 

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The cold front that is in northern Missouri will move in overnight bringing colder temperatures. With low humidity it will remain dry. This will cause temperatures to be below average on Tuesday and through Thursday. Clouds are expected to increase throughout the day Thursday.
Forecaster:  Danaher, Johnston, Brown, Hirsch, and Market
Issued: 4:30 p.m., October 22, 2018

Technical Discussion (The nerdy stuff we are discussing in class!)
Using a blend of both the EURO and GFS, confluent flow was noted over most of the Midwest.  This puts us in between two different jet streams as well as two ridges. A cold front currently positioned across Northern MO should pass through the area between 0000Z and 0600Z tomorrow. With a lack of moisture in the vertical column, expect the front to pass with little affect on our weather. Behind the front, expect surface ridging to move into the area. This will lead to more below average temperatures throughout the rest of the forecast period. Our next low pressure system will eject out of the Rockies on Thursday. With very dry air near the surface, do not expect much in the way of precip, but increasing clouds seems likely. Will defer to later shifts in regards to any precipitation during Thursday.

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