Wichita, Kansas 2021-07-20 22:20:34 –
Wichita, Kansas (KSNW) — Dryness has begun to occur again in parts of Kansas. The latest drought monitors detail where this is happening now.
The heavy rains last week were not uniform.
At the KSN Summer Road Trip last week, many people asked for rain. Our high pressure to the west slowly fine-tunes in our direction, effectively blocking the faucet due to rain.
Precipitation probabilities for the next 8-14 days do not appear to be promising in sub-average conditions on the Central Plateau.
At the same time, that high pressure is on our way, so we get even drier and hotter! Temperatures tend to be above average.
The storm will flirt northwest by Wednesday evening. But this week the arc of moisture seems to stay north and west of us.
Next week, this pattern will slowly collapse north and west. However, it may not rain in Wichita until the first week of August.
– Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman
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