T.J.’s Forecast: Clouds diminish, warmth builds in

Quiet weather continues across the region as Hurricane Florence moves ashore in the Carolinas. High pressure has been with us throughout the week and so has a front to our west. This has kept our above average stretch going and has kept us dry over the last week or so.

The area of high pressure will be moving up from the south and this will help our clouds diminish as we progress through the morning and into the afternoon.  Winds will also be a bit calmer as a result. Temps will be rising back into the mid and upper 80s with more mugginess being felt by the latter half of our Friday.

Even more sunshine will be seen on Saturday with temps surging back toward the 90° mark which is very warm for this time of the year (average: 77°).  Warmer than average conditions will be felt right into the start of next week but we do begin to see some changes.

This front that has been stalled to our west finally moves in and it will bring our thunderstorm chances back up by Monday night.

The chance lingers with us into our Thursday as this boundary stays stagnant across Siouxland. Temperatures will begin to cool down through the week with highs only in the mid to upper 70s by Thursday and in the mid and upper 60s by next Friday.

Hope you have a great weekend!

-T.J.

T.J. Springer

T.J. Springer

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Sioux City
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Yankton
16°
Spencer
14°
Norfolk
15°
Storm Lake
14°
Denison
16°
Warming trend to finally begin

Warming trend to finally begin

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