Areas of dense fog are likely this morning and a Dense Fog Advisory will be in effect through 10am. Areas of drizzle are also possible. And with temperatures either close to or below freezing, we’ll also need to be cautious of possible slick spots.
Temperatures will warm up into the 40s and 50s.
The chance of rain will go up through the day and looks more likely during the afternoon and evening.
This is when we could experience some thunderstorms, especially in Central and Eastern Kansas. A stronger storm can’t be ruled out in Southeastern Kansas, potentially producing small hail and gusty winds.
As rain moves through the area there will be a change to a wintry mix and snow in Northwestern Kansas and Southwestern Nebraska. Rain/snow across Northern Kansas and rain showers in Southern Kansas will linger into Saturday morning.
Heavy snow in Nebraska Saturday could sink down into some of our northernmost counties through Saturday in the form of light snow or a light mix.
That chance continues Saturday night. A bigger push of snow moves in Sunday through Monday.
Areas closer to the KS/NE line could see as much as several inches of snow. Lesser amounts will fall the farther south you are. A Winter Weather Advisory for the Northwestern corner of the viewing area will be in effect through the weekend.
More counties could be added to the advisory. Once we get through Monday we’ll have a few quiet, chilly days before more moisture heads our way later in the week.