On Ronelle’s Radar: Some rain & a fall feel for Friday

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It’ll be a mainly quiet and cool start to Friday with morning temperatures in the low 50s. Not as chilly as the past few mornings but still cool enough for long sleeves for some of us. A cold front is making its way through Kansas and showers behind it will follow as we go through the day.

A slim chance of rain during the morning will mainly be confined to North Kansas as showers approach the Kansas/Nebraska line. Chances will be on the increase through the afternoon and evening.

Rain will be light to moderate at times but not much is expected.

And there shouldn’t be any thunder. Good news for Friday Football Fever but anyone attending will still need to pack a poncho and their Storm Track 3 Weather App to keep an eye on the rain. Clouds, damp conditions, and strong northeast winds will bring high temperatures down into the 60s and 50s.

Spotty showers continue overnight and into early Saturday.

But by the afternoon we’ll gradually dry out and much of Kansas will be dry by the evening. Winds will switch out of the south to bring highs back into the 70s Saturday and then turning summer-like in the middle 80s by Sunday.

Temperatures will stay above normal through much of next week until our next cold front arrives between Thursday and Friday.

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