The storm that dumped heavy snow and brought gusty winds yesterday is now well off to our northeast with high pressure is sinking back over the Plains and Upper Midwest.
That brought us some drier air and more sunshine to close down the weekend. Clouds will start to thicken back up tonight as a boundary sets up shop to our south and west. This will bring our winds back around to the south which will bring a nice boost in temperatures by Monday.
Tonight it will be rather cloudy and quite cold for northern Kansas with more seasonable reading across the south. With those winds turning more to the southeast moving up over the cold, snowy ground, we could have a bit of fog developing as well.
A mix of clouds and sunshine will be seen for our day tomorrow but clouds will really thicken back up by tomorrow night as this warm front continues to push in from the south. Rather overcast skies will be seen on Tuesday as a result and we may even start to see some patchy freezing drizzle by the nighttime hours. This is something we will be watching close due to the shallow layer of cold air at the surface but much warmer air moving in aloft. There may be enough cold air in the upper levels to support snow showers across north central Kansas on Wednesday but in the metro our threat for freezing drizzle will linger. This could make for slick travel again so make sure you stay with us. Highs will be climbing back into the 40s on Thursday out ahead of another disturbance. This will bring the Arctic air right back just in time for the weekend and we could also see some wintry mixed precipitation and snow showers on Friday. Afternoon readings will only be in the 20s on Saturday and Sunday with frigid wind chills expected.
Have a great night!!