Even though the rain has stopped we’ll still need to use caution on the roads due to rivers and creeks still running high.
Some areas are still dealing with high, standing water. But we can all still breathe a sigh of relief while skies are much drier. There were a few overnight light snow showers in Northwestern Kansas and Southwest Nebraska but those will wrap up by sunrise.
Temperatures this morning are colder in the 30s and 40s. Which has prompted a Freeze Warning and Watch in some of our western and northernmost counties, these alerts will continue through Thursday night/morning.
Skies start the day mostly cloudy and then turn partly cloudy by the afternoon. Many of us will want long sleeves through the day with highs in the 50s.
There’s a small chance of an isolated shower in Northwestern Kansas but better chances will hold off until Thursday night.
Despite the next couple of days staying pretty dry we’ll still have to keep a close eye on river/creek levels and flood prone areas with more rain expected Friday and over the weekend. Not to say that we’ll have a similar situation, but after our most recent deluge more rain will only aggravate things.
Temperatures through the weekend will be much cooler during the day which will lead to colder nights, especially in Western Kansas. This will lead to a chance of some snow to mix into any rain. A mix is possible on Sunday in Western Kansas as a cold front brings another shot of cooler air.