The clouds were good and bad over the last 24 hours: they kept the lows from getting too cold but in turn hampered the afternoon warm up. We have had a few sprinkles out there late this afternoon too in Hutchinson, Great Bend and around Salina.Any sprinkles will end this evening and eventually clouds will thin across the Sunflower State. Look for overnight lows to drop into the 20s, 30s and 40s.
Monday looks great again under mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. Thanks to a westerly component to the wind, another above average day is expected. We’ll see afternoon highs reaching the 50s and 60s.
We’ll have even less cloud cover on Tuesday but northerly winds will drive in some cooler air. No more 60 degree weather is anticipated with highs climbing into the 40s and 50s.The cool down will continue into Wednesday and Thursday but even those readings will be just slightly above normal for this time of year. There may be a few sprinkles or pockets of light rain by Thursday but right now the prospects of moisture don’t look very good. By next weekend, highs near 50 degrees are expected.