On Ronelle’s Radar: Winter-Like Cold Keeps A Strong Grip On Kansas

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The winter storm is gone but we could still see some leftovers in Northern Kansas this morning. Just some flurries or isolated light snow possible.

The bigger weather story will be the cold that we’ll have to deal with all day Friday. Temperatures this morning start at and below freezing.

This will cause some slick or icy spots during the morning rush. It’s important that drivers use caution on the roads this morning, especially on elevated surfaces. Skies turn partly cloudy but temperatures will only warm so much as winter-like cold keeps a strong grip on Kansas. Highs will be in the 30s which is well below normal for this time of year.

Winds will be gusty out of the northwest making it feel more like the 20s, and that’s going to be during the warmest part of the day! Some of the coldest air of the season moves in late tonight and early Saturday morning as area lows fall into the teens. Even in the Wichita Metro.

But strong south winds during the day will give temperatures a boost into the 40s. It’ll still be chilly though. Sunday will be chilly and in the 40s too but our next disturbance will bring a chance of rain or a mix.

Amounts still look to be light and not as significant as what the area experienced Thursday. Once we get through that there’s a well-deserved warm up on the horizon starting the middle of next week.

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