This 2-4 satellite picture shows the low clouds in the dark colors. Kansas City was in the middle of these low clouds and fog this morning as you can see below:
Goooooooooooooooood Friday morning bloggers, I was just on the radio, and I think the high temperature will reach the upper 60s this afternoon. The fog will lift and the weather will become quite nice later today. There are a couple of weak disturbances moving across the plains this weekend with the best chance of rain, and possibly a thunderstorm, arriving Saturday evening and Saturday night. Then, we will look ahead to this storm next week:
The top map is the new FV3-GFS, and the bottom one is the old operational GFS. They both have a wet storm in KC. The European Model was farther north and had a big dry slot and not much precipitation. There is a block forming over Greenland, and it may force this storm farther south. I have low confidence on the track of this system at the moment. Let’s see how this trends.
Have a great day!