It was a great day weather wise after a little moisture Saturday night and early Sunday morning. Garden City saw a spectacular sunset earlier.The overnight hours look to stay dry but clouds will be on the increase as lows drop into the 20s and 30s. Christmas Eve looks breezy for the eastern half of the state. Highs will reach the 40s and 50s.
A quick moving weather system may bring some very light rain and flurries to north central and northeast Kansas as Santa rolls in. We don’t expect any road issues from this slight chance of moisture.Christmas Day looks quiet with a larger, more potent system looming for mid-week and beyond. There are many question marks regarding the timing and track of the system. As it stands right now, the best chance of accumulating snowfall will be in the far west, with rain central and east where an average of 1-2″ of rain is possible. Stay tuned to later updates as the track and timing become clearer. That storm system starts to bring rain chances Wednesday to Wichita, and we could even have some thunder! It appears right now that the Air Capital be in the warm part of the storm, thus all our precipitation looks to stay liquid. A much colder forecast looms late week as the system departs.