More scattered showers and storms today. Storm Tracker Radar is already showing some wet weather and storms from Western to Eastern Kansas. Keep in mind, there’s also a chance of some drizzle or mist even for areas where there’s no rain showing up on radar.
As a front hangs across Kansas temperatures are divided between the 30s and 50s. Today’s highs will be divided too between the 30s and 50s.
Mostly to partly cloudy skies will yield the occasional breaks of sun but we’ll need to be on guard all day, especially during the afternoon and evening. This is when there could be a few stronger storms in our easternmost counties, especially in Southeastern Kansas.
Today’s severe risk once again brings a threat of large hail but there could be damaging winds too. Late in the evening rain will start to change to snow in Northwestern Kansas. This trend will continue through the night along the Kansas/Nebraska line.
Some rain/snow showers or flurries could impact portions of Southwestern and North Central Kansas through early Saturday morning. No wintry weather will make it to the Wichita Metro where overnight temperatures will be above freezing. Snowfall north of I-70 could amount to as much as a trace to an inch.
A few rain and snow showers will still be around early Saturday morning before clearing out by the afternoon and we’ll get some sun before the day is over. Highs will be chilly in the 40s and winds will be strong so it’ll feel colder. Area temperatures Saturday night into Sunday will fall below freezing so you’ll want to bring inside or cover up any sensitive flowers/plants/etc.
Much of Sunday stays dry but there’s a small chance of a few sprinkles in Western Kansas closer to Sunday evening and through the night. The work week starts smooth with temperatures warming back up through the 50s and 60s before more chances of rain and thunderstorms mid to late week.