Monday starts with low clouds, a little mist, and even some patchy fog in spots.
But despite a soupy sky in the morning rain chances will hold off as we get the new work week started. Morning temperatures will be in the 50s to low 60s. Now that we’re in fall, those morning temperatures are actually right around normal. ‘Tis the season for a light jacket or long sleeves in the morning and then shedding layers in the afternoon.
Some sunshine will start to break free by midday and skies turn partly cloudy during the afternoon. Some sun and a breezy south wind will help us warm up into the low 80s.
Later in the afternoon and evening there will be a chance of a shower or two in Northwest Kansas as a cold front approaches the area.
A slight rain chance continues overnight for North Kansas and then chances spread through the state on Tuesday as the cold front sweeps through Kansas. Severe weather isn’t expected but a few rumbles are possible.
The cold front will live up to its name and bring highs down into the 70s and 60s on Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures gradually rebound the rest of the week and return to the 80s by the weekend. Overall weather the rest of the week after Wednesday will be pretty quiet.