After a grungy week across Kansas, the sky finally opens up and it’ll feel more like spring.
Noticeably colder start to Friday. Winds kick back up from the south aiding in a pleasant warm up.
Warm breezes linger into tonight which will help keep temperatures up.
Then comes the winds of change. A strong cold front surges into Kansas on Saturday.
Plan on bundling up for any Easter services. You’ll also want to double knot the bonnets given the strong winds. Wind chills will sting in 20s. With the cold expected, don’t forget about any outdoor pets. Might be a good idea to bring in any potted plants.
There’s a small chance for light snow along the Kansas and Nebraska state line. Points farther to the south, don’t be caught off guard if you see some random flakes flying in the air.
It’ll be a struggle warm given the blanket of clouds and cold breezes.
This is a brief return to winter. Before you know it, we’ll be “hoppy” and enjoying spring temperatures again next week.
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