Even though it was a cooler day it was still mild at the same time as many of us made it into the 50s. And skies have been sunny all day too.
Conditions stay relatively quiet this evening and through the night under clear skies. Lows fall into the 20s, which is normal for this time of year.
We’ll wake up to more sunshine and then transition to another seasonably cool afternoon in the 40s to low 50s.
Temps will continue to be stuck in the 40s to even 30s at times the rest of the work week and through the weekend. Increasing clouds Wednesday night/Thursday will signal our next disturbance moving in.
Late day Thursday there’s a chance for a few sprinkles but a better chance of rain will hold off until late Thursday night and Friday.
With moisture moving in from the south, South Central Kansas will have the best chance. But as temps drop after sundown on Friday there could be some snow that mixes with rain.
A chilly rain and wintry mix will be possible through Friday night and into Saturday. There could even be some snow showers closer to the KS/MO line.
Wet and wintry weather will wrap up in our area by Saturday afternoon but there could still be some leftovers at the start of the big Chiefs game. This is an early heads up for anyone that will be traveling up to Arrowhead Stadium that day.
Sunday will be dry and cold before we start to warm back up early next week.