It was a beautiful sunset this evening in Garden City! Those high clouds are ahead of the next storm system which will bring our next chance of rain to the Sunflower State.
The best shot at moisture will be over the western area of the state and there may be a snowflake or two mixing in northwest. Expect some patchy drizzle or sprinkles in the south central areas of the state as lows fall to the 30s and 40s.
The better chance of rain should arrive Saturday afternoon and highs will be very cool, only reaching the 40s for most areas.
Rain chances will be greatest to the south of I-70, where generally a tenth to a quarter of an inch of moisture is possible. Some localized areas southeast of Wichita may receive a quarter to half-inch of rain.
The second half of the weekend looks better but another system is lined up to give us a little more rain Monday and Tuesday. Thanksgiving Day looks dry with seasonable conditions.