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On Ronelle's Radar: Chilly, Damp, and Wintry End To The Weekend

Even though many of us will enjoy a pretty quiet evening with cool temperatures and partly cloudy skies, things will start to change overnight.

More clouds move in leading to a chance of a few showers. Low temperatures fall into the 40s making for a chilly night.

Late in the night and by early Sunday morning a strong cold front will start sweeping through the state, changing rain to a wintry mix in extreme Northwestern Kansas and Southwestern Nebraska.

Sunday morning church services will require rain gear as more rain spreads through the area. Conditions will only continue to deteriorate through the day as snow and a wintry mix spreads through Western and North Central Kansas.

This is where a Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect through Sunday night. Counties shaded in purple could see anywhere between 2" to 5" of snow. Locally more is possible.

South Central Kansas should just experience rain through much of the day with a chance of light wintry mix late Sunday night.

Sunday high temperatures will be in the 30s and 40s but will also drop through the day making it even colder.

A Freeze Watch will be in effect Sunday night in Central Kansas as overnight temperatures fall near or below freezing for the first time this season.

Precipitation moves out by Monday morning and will be the start to a nice work week with warming temperatures. Before we get there though hazardous travel will be a big issue where snow and even some ice is expected to fall. Stay weather aware Sunday and Sunday night.

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