Tuesday’s weak system is still pushing east but a little bit of energy behind it could spark a sprinkle early this morning. Mainly along the Kansas/Oklahoma line in South Central and Southeastern Kansas, also in North Central Kansas. Clouds are still in the process of moving out now but portions of Western and Northern Kansas are already clear.
The rest of the area will see gradual clearing through the morning with partly to mostly sunny skies expected all day. We’re starting the day with a chill in the air but temperatures bounce back nicely in the afternoon as highs warm into the upper 50s and low 60s, normal for this time of year.
We’ll say goodbye to winter and hello to spring officially at 4:58pm (CT). So we’ll enter the season with sunshine and nice temperatures. Winds will be breezy out of the northwest too. After another chilly night the first full day of spring will be just as nice Thursday with sunshine and highs in the low 60s.
Our short break from wet weather concludes late Thursday night and early Friday as another system starts to push into Western Kansas bringing a chance of rain.
Central Kansas won’t see any rain until late in the day and evening Friday. Rain and a few rumbles will continue Friday night into Saturday with more waves of showers and storms through Sunday.
Severe weather still does not look likely but it won’t take much for a stronger storm to develop so we’ll have to continue to monitor this upcoming weekend closely. A rain chance lingers into the start of the work week but we’ll get another short break from wet weather after Monday. Temperatures over the next seven days will continue to be spring-like in the upper 50s and 60s.