On Ronelle’s Radar: Cool start to November

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With the exception of some leftover light showers in Eastern Kansas, Thursday and the start to November will stay dry.

Central Kansas will continue to deal with some clouds through sunrise while Western Kansas sees clearer conditions. One of the reasons why temperatures are colder this morning the farther west you are.

Lighter winds also played a part in creating a chillier start to the day. But clouds will be on the way out too and we’ll see more sunshine by midday. Most highs get a slight boost into the low 60s to make for a milder afternoon.

A quick moving system late Thursday night and early Friday morning will try to bring a shower or two into Northern and Central Kansas.

However, wet weather isn’t looking likely and Friday will be dry. A few more quick moving disturbances will bring a small rain chance between Saturday and Monday. They’ll also bring shots of cool air that will keep temps in the 50s and low 60s.

Something everyone will be able to look forward to is getting an extra hour of sleep Saturday night. This is also the time of year that smoke and carbon monoxide detectors should be checked. 

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