A hard freeze is ongoing this morning in Northwestern Kansas where temperatures are below freezing. A Freeze Watch and Frost Advisories are also in effect through much of the state.
We’ll see these weather alerts expire between 9am and 11am. No matter where you are in Kansas, you’ll want to add at least a layer or two not only this morning but during the afternoon too. Temperatures start in the 40s, 30s, and 20s and highs only reach the 40s and 50s.
Clouds will be on the increase through the day but the area will continue to stay pretty dry. There’s a small chance of an isolated shower in Northwestern Kansas late in the day but better chances of rain will hold off until the evening/overnight.
A few flakes could mix into any rain in Northwestern Kansas during the night. Even though we’ll wake up to damp conditions Friday, rain should start to taper by early afternoon.
Friday night looks dry before more rain moves in early Saturday.
Showers will be around through Sunday and another cold front will change some rain into snow in Western Kansas by the end of the weekend. Any accumulation will be light.
Wichita will have a chance of a rain/snow mix too Sunday night. Friday through Sunday’s rain totals could get up to 1″ across Southern Kansas, slightly less across Northern Kansas. But everyone should still keep on eye on flooding that’s still occurring across the area.