Squall line Wednesday early morning with November 26-27 severe t'storm reports combined:
Peak gusts Wednesday:
Lots of clouds will be with us Thanksgiving to Black Friday with less wind & wind that will shift to the northeast to east with time. 40 to the 40s dominate during the day with near 30 to the 30s at night.
Rain arrive Friday evening & is with us periodically through Friday night.
Rain Saturday will taper a bit, then line of showers & a few storms should pass Saturday evening (as temperatures rise to the 50s to near 60).
Dry slot with clearing should follow, followed by overcast skies & a scattering of rain & snow Sunday with temperatures in the 30s to 40s.
Texas & Oklahoma to Mississippi should see robust SLIGHT to ENHANCED RISK for severe. MARGINAL RISK will likely get up to Missouri & even parts of Illinois (possibly even southeast Iowa).
It could be knocking on our back door or get in here, depending on how warm it gets & how many bits of CAPE or buoyancy develop in sheared & dynamic environment.
Two rounds of strong wind are possible:
1. Saturday night (southwest wind)
2. Sunday (west to northwest)
Gusts of 40-50 mph could occur.
Winds will be sustained at 20-30 mph.
0.80-1.60" of total rainfall is possible Friday-Sunday.
A gusty clipper cold front should pass late Tuesday afternoon.
Winds will be strong with some gusts up to 45 mph from the southwest, then west to northwest.
A few spotty rain/snow showers are possible with the passage, then a couple snow flurries Tuesday night to Wednesday morning.
Wednesday will be windy & colder with strong wind turning to the north with lots of clouds.
Skies should clear & wind diminish late in the day. After being around 34 all day, temperature should rebound to 37 late.
With surface high moving right overhead, clear, calm conditions look possible with heavy frost & some patchy freezing fog.
Lows of 15-19 are possible underneath that surface high.
Two to three big storm systems of rain, wind, thunder & mild weather will impact our area December 5-14.
For example: December 10 system...........
Wabash may reach flood stage by mid December due to the continued rounds of rainfall.
Bitter cold surges & risk of a couple rounds of storms are possible in latter December with an interspersed brief nice warm-up with rain.