On Ronelle’s Radar: Cool showers around Tuesday then temperatures rebound

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The cold front that pushed through yesterday is sitting to our south and is nearly stationary. This is what’s kicking some rain showers in our direction.

Rain has been light and mainly confined to Southern Kansas but some sprinkles could get close to I-70. We’ll continue this trend through the day.

While some embedded rumbles of thunder are possible severe weather still isn’t expected. Our best chance of rain will be during the morning and afternoon.

Showers will start to taper during the evening and should be completely done by the overnight.

With this slow moving system to our southeast it could still pump a few sprinkles or a shower into Southeastern Kansas tonight and Wednesday.

This could also mean some stubborn cloud cover sticking around in portions of South Central Kansas Wednesday. But most of the area will see some sunshine return. Our winds have switched out of the north which will lead to a cool day. Area highs will be below normal in the low to middle 60s with a northeasterly breeze.

There will be a chill in the air tonight but high temperatures will start to rebound by Wednesday with highs in the 70s. We’ll warm through the 70s and even 80s through the rest of the week.

Rain and storm chances return Friday towards the latter part of the day. A slightly better chance for unsettled conditions Friday night continues through the weekend. Chances will be on and off so the weekend isn’t necessarily looking like a washout so far. Unsettled conditions carry into next week.

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