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Mike Bracciano

Mike keeps busy by volunteering as a co-Chairperson for the Allied Arts Fund Drive, a YMCA League Basketball coach, a volunteer for the American Red Cross and as an Artist in Schools Speaker.

Title: Chief Meteorologist
mbracciano@kq2.com

Mike keeps busy by volunteering as a co-Chairperson for the Allied Arts Fund Drive, a YMCA League Basketball coach, a volunteer for the American Red Cross and as an Artist in Schools Speaker.

He loves to play softball and spend time with his family and comes from a family of 10 himself.

Mike likes St. Joseph because "it's not too big and not too small."

Recent Posts by Mike Bracciano

KQ2 Forecast: Cloudy and cool weekend forecast

We have had rain off and on this Friday afternoon across northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri. Scattered showers will continue off and on through the evening and overnight hours. A few showers could linger through the day Saturday but the rain will be lighter than today and much more scattered. Temperatures will slowly start to warm Sunday into Monday as sunshine returns and conditions start to dry out. Another cold front is headed our way Monday night and that will bring us a chance for rain and possibly some snow into Tuesday morning as the colder air surges into our area. Temperatures look to stay unseasonably cool through the rest of the next week.

KQ2 Forecast: Rain on Friday

Thursday was a mild day with temperatures staying slightly below average. Highs today will reach the mid to upper 50s with increasing clouds. We will stay dry tonight, but rain chances will return early Friday morning. There could be a few light scattered showers through the morning hours on Friday, but a better chance for rain will move in during the afternoon and evening. Rain showers will keep temperatures on the cool side on Friday with high in the upper 40s and lower 50s. Early Saturday morning there could be a few lingering rain showers, but most of the day will be dry and cloudy. Sunshine returns on Sunday helping temperatures back into the upper 50s. Temperatures will continue to climb on Monday back into the low to mid 60s before a cold front moves through Monday night. We could see a few showers on Tuesday because of the front as temperatures cool back into the 50s.

KQ2 Forecast: More sunshine on Thursday

Areas of frost are possible Thursday morning as temperatures will fall into the lower 30s. Tomorrow temperatures will remain below average with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s under mostly sunny skies. A few clouds will move back into the area Thursday night as temperatures dip down into the mid 30s. Rain chances will move back into the area on Friday, mainly through the afternoon and evening keeping temperatures in the lower 50s. A few rain showers could linger through early Saturday morning before moving out of the area. Sunday looks to be a dry and mild day with temperatures remaining in the upper 50s. Temperatures will start to warm up on Monday with highs back in the low to mid 60s before a cold front moves through the area dropping temperatures back into the 50s on Tuesday.

KQ2 Forecast: Frost possible Wednesday morning

Below average temperatures are set to continue on Tuesday with highs reaching the upper 50s and lower 60s under mostly sunny skies. A few clouds will move into the area this afternoon and linger through the evening hours. Tonight lows will drop into the mid to lower 30s. A few areas of frost could develop overnight into early tomorrow morning. Wednesday will be another mild and sunny day with high remaining below average. Conditions look to stay dry through Thursday before rain chances return Friday. A few showers could linger into early Saturday morning before the rain moves out of our area. The rest of the weekend into next week looks to stay dry and mild.

KQ2 Forecast: A sunny Tuesday forecast

Monday we had a mix of sun and clouds and the skies started to clear as we headed into the late night hours. Temperatures will be below average again on Tuesday under mostly sunny skies. Conditions look to stay calm and cool for most of the work week. Rain chances return on Friday and could linger into early Saturday morning. Besides a few early morning showers on Saturday, the weekend should be mostly dry with temperatures remaining below average.

KQ2 Forecast: A sunny Friday forecast

Scattered rain showers and drizzle are set to continue today and tonight off and on. Temperatures today were cooler with highs only reaching the lower 50s. Rain showers will gradually push out of our area overnight tonight as skies slowly clear. Friday will be a mostly dry day with sunny skies and temperatures climbing back into the lower 70s. Temperatures will cool back down into the 60s on Saturday as rain chances return. Sunday looks to dry out again with sunshine returning helping temperatures back into the 70s. A cold front will move through the area early next week dropping temperatures back into the 50s and 60s.

KQ2 Forecast: More rain on Thursday

A few thunderstorms and showers have moved through the area today. Our first round of showers and thunderstorms left the area this morning, and another round of showers and storms moving in this afternoon as a cold front sweeps through the area. A few storms could be on the stronger side to the east of St. Joseph with the possibility for some gusty winds and small hail. This cold front will keep us in the 50s on Thursday as rain chances continue. Conditions look to calm down on Friday with sunshine and warm temperatures in the 70s returning. The sunshine will be short lived as scattered rain chances and slightly cooler weather moves into the area on Saturday.

KQ2 Forecast: A windy and rainy Wednesday

A cloudy and windy start to your Tuesday across northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri. The winds really started to pick up today as we saw wind gusts up to 35mph. This is our last day of warmer temperatures before we start to see cooler air move in on Wednesday. Temperatures will start to cool down on Wednesday as a low pressure system makes it way into the area. Winds will continue to stay breezy this week. Conditions look to change with rain chances and possibly a few thunderstorms returning on Tuesday night and Wednesday.

KQ2 Forecast: A few more clouds on Tuesday

A warm start to the work week as temperatures have warmed up into the upper 70's and lower 80's . The winds will really start to pick up on Tuesday as we could see wind gusts up to 35mph. Warmer temperatures will be here only for Tuesday before we start to see cooler air move in. Temperatures will start to warm up again Tuesday afternoon and for the rest of the first part of the week week with highs back in the upper 70s and lower 80's. Winds will continue to stay breezy this week. Conditions look to change with rain chances and possibly a few thunderstorms returning on Tuesday night and Wednesday.

KQ2 Forecast: Windy and warm Tuesday

A warm start to the work week as temperatures have warmed up into the upper 70's and lower 80's . The winds will really start to pick up on Monday and Tuesday as we could see wind gusts up to 35mph. Warmer temperatures will be here only for Monday and Tuesday before we start to see cooler air move in. Temperatures will start to warm up again Tuesday afternoon and for the rest of the first part of the week week with highs back in the upper 70s and lower 80's. Winds will continue to stay breezy this week. Conditions look to change with rain chances and possibly a few thunderstorms returning on Tuesday night and Wednesday.

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Clarinda
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St. Joseph
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Chillicothe/Agri
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We have had rain off and on this Saturday across northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri. Scattered showers will continue off and on through the evening and overnight hours but should start to clear up as we head towards the morning. Temperatures will slowly start to warm Sunday into Monday as sunshine returns and conditions start to dry out. Another cold front is headed our way Monday night and that will bring us a chance for rain and possibly some snow into Tuesday morning as the colder air surges into our area. Temperatures look to stay unseasonably cool through the rest of the next week.
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