Early morning commuters will need to watch out for some patchy fog, especially in Central and Eastern Kansas. Isolated slick spots can’t be ruled out where there’s fog since temperatures are starting off below freezing. But at least it’s not as bitter.
Any fog should lift by mid to late morning and give way to some sun. Highs will be much warmer in the 50s with light winds out of the southwest.
You’ll notice an uptick in clouds late in the day and this will lead to a slim chance of light rain or drizzle tonight in Central and Eastern Kansas.
Lows fall into the 30s and 40s but will be above freezing where there’s any rain. Expect more clouds than sun in the middle of the state with a continued chance for a little drizzle Saturday. But the warm-up continues with gusty winds over the weekend as Saturday’s highs reach the 60s.
A slim rain chance carries into Sunday but this is also when warmer air peaks and highs could reach the 70s. The work week starts dry but our next cool down will begin Monday as highs fall back down into the 50s.
Coats come back out by Tuesday and then arctic air settles in the middle of the country again by midweek. Tuesday through Thursday there’s a chance for rain/snow and snow showers. The chill lingers into the start of next weekend.