A cold front has pushed through the region and that will set us up for a colder day compared to how we began the workweek. High pressure will be moving in behind it, keeping NW flow going into this evening. This will also keep the sunshine around for our day today with highs rounding out in the 40s and 50s.
Winds turn back around to the southeast tonight into Wednesday but with cooler air to our east, our temps really won’t recover and will continue to fall through midweek. Sunshine will hold for Wednesday but by tomorrow night, clouds will be thickening up some out ahead of another front.
This may spark up a few sprinkles throughout the viewing area Thursday. This system will drag with more seasonable temps as well with afternoon reading only in the 30s and 40s. More moisture arrives with this system by Friday so we’ll have a slightly better chance of rain as we close down the workweek with temps falling into the 30s and 40s. With the cooler air that is expected to filter in behind this system, we could see a little wet snow mix in, especially north of Wichita. This is something that we’ll be watching very closely because the track of the storm will play a big role. Highs over the weekend continue to stay seasonable with viewing area sitting in the 30s and 40s with more sunshine expected Sunday into the start of next week.
Have a great day!