There are lots of clouds today, but that isn’t stopping a beautiful Kansas sunrise.
These clouds will stick around for today and tomorrow. Highs will be in the mid to upper 50s. We will top out in Wichita at 56 but some may even see the 60s today.
A system is sweeping across the US and bringing rain and snow out west.
This system will pass through Kansas tomorrow. The precipitation accumulation will be minimal, but the main impact of the system will be the cold temperatures.
A high pressure system will quickly push the cold front through the state which will clear skies on Tuesday.
The jet stream will take a dip and bring the cold, northerly air to the south.
Additionally, sustained winds from the north will be strong tomorrow, so it will feel even colder.
Highs will only reach the 30s on Monday but we will be above average for the rest of the week.
Most of the week will be dry. Another chance of rain will return on Saturday.