Freezing temperatures and a little bit of patchy fog this morning. But any fog that develops will burn off after sunrise. Also, be cautious of possible slick spots. Monday’s sun helped melt some ice and snow but cold overnight temperatures will keep hazardous travel in play Tuesday morning, especially in areas that saw more than an inch of snow.
Skies are in fair shape though and will stay that way through the day with a few more clouds at times. Winds stay light too so wind chills won’t be much of a factor. But even the slightest breeze will make 20s feel more like teens this morning. High temperatures only warm into the 30s and 40s again.
Parts of Western Kansas will be able to warm into the 50s. Especially extreme Southwestern Kansas where no snow fell on Sunday. Temperatures keep warming through the 40s and 50s over the next few days before things start to turn more active.
While a few sprinkles or light showers are possible across Northern Kansas Thursday, changes will be more noticeable by Friday when there’s a slightly better chance of seeing some rain around the area.
Rain/snow possible Friday in Northwestern Kansas. As we get deeper into the weekend temperatures will start to fall, increasing the area’s chance of seeing snow showers mix with rain. There could even be some accumulating snow Sunday and Monday as temperatures fall into the 30s. For now, Northern Kansas looks to have the best chance of that happening.