MODELS SHOW A CLOSED LOW DEEPENING AS IT SINKS INTO THE CENTRAL PLAINS EARLY NEXT WEEK. THE LOW CUTS OFF FROM THE MAIN FLOW AND JUST SPINS OVER KS THROUGH THE REMAINDER OF THE FORECAST PERIOD AS A BLOCKING RIDGE BUILDS OVER THE EASTERN U.S. TIME HEIGHT CROSS SECTIONS SHOW PLENTY OF MOISTURE REMAINING IN PLACE FROM THE SURFACE THROUGH AT LEAST 700 MB WITH THE MEAN FLOW FROM THE EAST TO SOUTHEAST. THIS ALONG WITH DAYTIME HEATING SHOULD BE SUFFICIENT FOR SCATTERED SHWRS AND TSTMS EACH DAY. WE MAY SEE LESS CONVECTION ON WEDNESDAY OR THURSDAY WITH THE UPPER RIDGE FORECAST TO BE CENTERED OVERHEAD. TEMPS WILL CONTINUE NEAR OR JUST ABOVE SEASONAL LEVELS.
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