On Ronelle’s Radar: Quiet Start To The Work Week

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Everyone should allow themselves some extra time heading into work this morning due to fog. A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for portions of Western Kansas through 8am but could be extended into other counties as we go through the morning.

There are some areas that are dealing with fog that aren’t under the advisory. And temperatures this morning are below freezing. So any fog could cause some slick spots. Especially on elevated surfaces like bridges and overpasses. More reason for drivers to be extra aware this morning.

It may take a few more hours after sunrise for fog to completely lift and dissipate. But once it does the clouds will start to break, leading to some sun through the afternoon as skies turn partly cloudy. As sky conditions improve so will our temperatures. Highs will reach the 40s. But where there’s still snow on the ground highs will likely stay in the 30s.

Skies continue to gradually clear through the evening and overnight as lows fall into the 20s.

Tuesday will be a much more comfortable day with highs in the 40s to 50s and much more sunshine. A few sprinkles are possible Wednesday and Wednesday evening.

But a better chance of wet and wintry weather moves in Friday and continues through Saturday. Temperatures will turn colder by the weekend too.

It’s still too early to go through potential amounts of rain and snow but for now, just keep in mind that more active weather will return later this week. It’s also looking like Chiefs Kingdom will dodge this next storm but it’s going to be very cold for the AFC Championship game.

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