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Another (dry) cold front on the way

Another (dry) cold front on the way

No sign of a rainmaker

October 06, 2010|Dave Snider | Meteorologist

OVERNIGHT
Low 50s Mild and dry THURSDAY Mid 70s

Winds become Northwesterly behind a dry, cold front

FRIDAY Upper 70s
Sunny and milder
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COLD FRONT ON THE WAY
A dry cold front will move into the region by early Thursday morning.  During the midday hours, winds may become Northwesterly and usher in slightly drier air... but there won't be a massive cool down this time around.  

Perhaps we should just call it a "dry front", as the new airmass will simply reinforce the tame and temperate weather we've enjoyed for the last few weeks.

WARMER WEEKEND
A clear dry sky will continue into the weekend and daytime highs, along with nighttime lows, will gradually become milder through Sunday.  By the end of the weekend, expect highs near 80... even as another cold front moves through the Ozarks.

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HARK! ARE THOSE CLOUDS IN THE FORECAST?
Clouds are those white collections of moisture that hang above the earth, but that's not important right now.  You may see some return of sky cover to the Ozarks by Sunday afternoon.  While some forecast models are trying to generate precipitation, the KY3 Storm Team is skeptical of the amount of forecasted moisture available for that to occur.  Save for a errant drop, I think we'll see scattered cloud cover Sunday, Monday and Tuesday... until another (dry) front blows through Tuesday.  

Enjoy!

Dave Snider
KY3 Stormteam
Meteorologist

dsnider@ky3.com

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