MANHATTAN — The Manhattan region got some reprieve from rainfall Wednesday, but not just before a number of additional chances heading into Memorial Day weekend.
Meteorologist Audra Hennecke with the National Weather conditions Assistance in Topeka claims the area continues to be in an lively sample with not a total lot of change in circulation.
Hennecke suggests as the wet pattern continues we’ll most likely see a blend amongst prevalent rains and major downpours.
The Nationwide Temperature Assistance claims it is the next wettest May possibly on report for Manhattan given that. Already ten.05 inches has fallen this thirty day period, just in excess of two inches shy of the record 12.39 inches that fell in May perhaps 2007. Hennecke states we’re well higher than ordinary for the thirty day period of May well. [Take note: while climate documents day back again to 1960, official weather information is in fact missing from 1965 to 1996. So, essentially, these documents are from 1997 to present-day date ( five years of data from 1960-1964)].
Even though it will not rain all working day daily, a number of rain likelihood exist through the much better aspect of future 7 days with the upcoming possibility for a dry out achievable toward the close of up coming 7 days. A Flash Flood View was posted late Wednesday afternoon for Riley and Geary counties, which continues from Thursday early morning as a result of Friday early morning.