On Ronelle’s Radar: Another Disturbance On The Horizon

Weather Blog
4_1546038492360.JPG

Bitter wind chills and winter cold have been the weather story through Friday. Skies have been clearer in Western Kansas which should’ve helped melt some snow and ice.

But temperatures have been below freezing all day so anything that’s melted will likely refreeze after sundown.

Drivers traveling in Western Kansas will still need to watch out for slick and icy conditions. Skies tonight will be partly to mostly cloudy with lows ranging from the 20s to teens. There could be lows closer to the single digits around.

A small chance of a snow shower in Southwestern Kansas won’t amount to more than an inch between Friday night and Saturday.

The middle of the weekend brings lighter winds, a mix of clouds and sun, and more cold air as highs only reach the low 30s.

Skies will clear Saturday night, leading to a sunny Sunday. And high temperatures to end the weekend will reach the 40s. Our next disturbance will move in Sunday night. Moisture will be drawn into Central and Eastern Kansas as rain/snow.

A cold front approaching Northwestern Kansas will bring a chance of snow. A chance of snow showers and a wintry mix will linger into Monday. Storm track, timing, and amounts are still being worked out.

We shouldn’t see anything falling from the sky after sundown New Year’s Eve, but there could be snow or ice on the ground and it will be very cold for those who will be out.

Active weather will take a break once we’re into the new year and temperatures gradually warm back up.

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Download the KSN News App and stay up-to-date wherever you are. You can even watch KSN News live for free!
Click here to get the app
Get it in the App store
Get it in the Google Play store

KSN Storm Track 3 Weather

Trending Stories

Weather App Team 300x250