On Ronelle’s Radar: More wet & wintry weather Monday

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It’s going to be a busy weather day across Kansas. Light rain, drizzle, mist, and dense fog have moved in and with temps close to freezing there could be some slick conditions to make the morning commute tricky.

The Wichita Metro will stay above freezing through this morning but damp conditions and fog will still slow down the morning drive. There’s a better chance for Northern and portions of Western Kansas to experience freezing drizzle and freezing fog this morning which could result in a light ice glaze.

A Winter Weather Advisory will remain in effect into the afternoon and a Dense Fog Advisory through the morning hours.

Highs warm above freezing as we go through the day and any potential freezing drizzle will lift north of I-70, but there could still be a few lingering rain showers around.

As this latest system moves west to east through the afternoon and evening there may be a quick change to light snow along the Kansas/Nebraska line but amounts will be very light.

Wet and a little bit of wintry weather will wrap up through the evening. Skies improve late tonight and sunshine returns tomorrow.

A significant warming trend starts Tuesday too. Highs warm into the 40s and 50s and then 50s and 60s Wednesday and Thursday. The bottom drops out again by Friday and there could be a spotty wintry mix around. The weekend will be chilly and there could be some snow showers by the end of the weekend.

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