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KQ2 Forecast: Quiet & warmer weather continues into Friday

The quiet weather pattern will continue for tonight into our Friday as high pressure settles in. We'll continue to warm up with above average highs the upper 50s to lower 60 with a lot of sunshine on Friday.

Posted: Mar 21, 2019 6:49 PM
Updated: Mar 21, 2019 7:04 PM

Flood Warnings remain in effect until further notice for areas along the Missouri River with near record crests coming in on Friday in locations such as St. Joseph and Atchison. The latest forecast from the National Weather Service brings the Missouri River to 30.1 feet Friday in St. Joseph while 31.8 feet is expected in Atchison. Stay tuned to KQ2 for the latest!

The quiet weather pattern will continue for tonight into our Friday as high pressure settles in. We'll continue to warm up with above average highs the upper 50s to lower 60 with a lot of sunshine on Friday.

The next chance for rain will move in for the upcoming weekend. The best chance is looking right now to be Saturday into Sunday. We could even hear a few rumbles of thunder. The rain should move out on Monday making way for mostly sunny skies for the middle part of the midweek. Temperatures remaining near average in the middle 50s to lower 60s. 

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Snow showers will start just after rush hour on Monday morning and will taper off in the early afternoon. These will be on the lighter side and will only produce a dusting to maybe an inch. Highs will be in the middle to upper teens with winds out of the north. Temperatures will remain cold through the first half of the week but by midweek we could be seeing a slight warm up and another chance for some wintry precipitation.
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