The blustery conditions that we felt across Kansas yesterday have finally calmed a bit as high pressure is building back in. The wind will stay a bit breezy though as we’re still close to the low pressure center that is now trekking eastward. Gusts could still be close to 30 mph early today.
As this system continues to move to the east, we’ll see decreasing cloud cover, especially out across SE Kansas and the Wichita Metro. Out west, clear skies have already developed and that will keep temps cool to start so bundle up!
Look for abundant sun through the midday and afternoon with clear skies on the way through the overnight.
More sunshine will be seen tomorrow but a weak cold front heads our way and that will give us a little more cloud cover, mainly across western spots. A nice ridge then builds behind that weak front and our temps will climb as a result. Highs will stay above average right through the middle of next week with afternoon reading in the mid to upper 50s throughout much of the viewing area. Sky cover wise, we’ll call it a mix of clouds and sun because it’ll be more of a “dirty ridge” meaning we won’t have clear blues skies all day everyday next week. We’ll see periods of clouds and periods of sun but no precipitation is expected.
Have a great weekend!