Showers will be around for the morning commute. Drivers should pack their patience and be ready for a slower drive. Rain is mainly light and more spotty in Central Kansas.
Amounts over the past 24 hours have been anywhere between .10″ and .60″.
Any additional rain through Thursday should be less than .25″. Western Kansas will dry out first by the lunch our and will even get some cloud breaks during the afternoon.
This will help high temperatures turn mild and warm into the 60s. High temperatures in Central Kansas will be stuck in the 50s as clouds and spotty showers linger into the afternoon.
However, wet weather will be tapering at the same time. Everyone will be completely dry by the evening.
Skies won’t be completely blue on Friday but everyone will see more sun. Area highs will be warmer too in the 60s and 70s. Hold on to your hat though, a northwest wind will turn breezy. Possibly gusting up to 25 mph. Highs in the 70s look more likely by Saturday.
A weak disturbance Saturday night into Sunday will clip the viewing area and will bring a small rain chance to Central Kansas. Our next rain chance after that will hold off until Tuesday night/Wednesday. Early trick-or-treaters will have to be ready for a chance of some chilly showers but it’s looking like we could dry out through Wednesday evening.
It’ll still be cool though so little ghosts and goblins will need to dress warm. Stay tuned as the forecast for the prime hours of collecting candy will likely change through the weekend.