Patchy fog has developed across portions of the state and has prompted a Dense Fog Advisory until noon.
Temperatures are chilly again in the 20s and 30s with mostly cloudy skies and some mist in addition to the fog. We’ll see more clouds than sun again today with occasional peeks of sunshine. Highs will mainly range from the 40s to 50s.
After sundown our next storm system will start to bring rain back into Kansas. Wet weather and a few rumbles of thunder will persist through the overnight.
Severe weather isn’t expected but a stronger storm could produce small hail, gusty winds, or heavy rain in Central and Eastern Kansas.
Temperatures overnight won’t be as chilly in the 30s and 40s but they’ll be closer to freezing in portions of Northern Kansas. This is where there could be a wintry mix in addition to the rain which could make conditions slick.
Snow accumulations will be an inch or less and ice accumulation will be .10″ or less, enough for a light glaze. This has prompted a Winter Weather Advisory that will go into effect this evening and continue through noon Saturday.
There will be a few leftover showers in Central Kansas around sunrise but we’ll continue to dry out through the morning. The rest of the day will be dry. A break from wet weather continues Sunday but rain showers start to creep back into Kansas Monday.
They’ll spread through the state and continue through Tuesday night. We’ll have to watch out for some localized flooding as some showers will be heavy and there could be a few embedded rumbles of thunder. Skies stay slightly unsettled late in the work week but temperatures will still be close to normal.