On Ronelle’s Radar: From raindrops to mild sun Monday

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Some light rain will be around through sunrise but has already wrapped up in Western Kansas and it’ll continue to be on the way out from west to east as we go through the morning. There are also some spotty sprinkles sneaking into Western Kansas but those won’t hold up either.

Temperatures start cool but above freezing in the 40s. So there’s no threat of any snow but this can’t be promised as we go through the rest of the week.

Rain will be done by the afternoon and we’ll end the day with some sun as skies turn partly cloudy. Winds will be breezy out of the northwest but highs will still be able to warm into the upper 50s and lower 60s.

Today’s temps should be enjoyed to the fullest because temperatures the rest of the week will only turn cooler.

Highs will be in the 50s to low 60s tomorrow too but then falling into the 40s and 30s by Thursday. A stronger system will bring a chance of some wintry weather late Wednesday and Thursday. Wichita could see a rain/snow mix with more rain mixing with snow.

But the farther north you are there could be more snow to mix with some rain. The best chance of snow showers will be in Northwestern Kansas. Accumulations look to be light but could total an inch or two.

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