On Ronelle’s Radar: Warmer Winds Take Us Into The Weekend

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With the exception of a few sprinkles in Southwestern Nebraska and Northwestern Kansas, the rain is gone and we’ve got a much better day ahead. We’ll have some leftover clouds in the morning with temperatures starting in the low to middle 40s. There’s also the possibility for some patchy fog, especially in Central Kansas.

Any fog that develops could hang around through mid morning but we’ll see more sunshine by the lunch hour. Northwest winds will quickly turn breezy once the sun comes up. Winds will get up to 10 mph to 20 mph and could gust up to 30+ mph. Skies turn partly cloudy by midday and stay that way through the afternoon and evening. So we won’t see completely blue skies but it’ll still be a lot better than our dreary Thursday. Highs warm into the 60s and 70s.

This is what we can expect over the weekend too. Mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies with very mild temperatures.

Our next rain chance will be Tuesday through Wednesday. Rain looks more likely on Halloween but timing for when we dry out looks to happen sometime in the late afternoon or early evening. Trick-or-treaters will need to continue to watch the forecast closely and make sure they have a warm costume.

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