We got a little break from the colder conditions today as southerly winds continued to pull in not only some warmer air but more moisture laden air. This will continue tonight into Monday out ahead of an upper level disturbance that moves our way.
With that we’ll have the potential for dense fog and some freezing drizzle through the overnight into Monday.
There could be some sleet or even some wet snow mixing in across far northern Kansas. Ice accumulation isn’t expected to be all that impressive but it could still make for a slick Monday morning commute so you need to be prepared for some slow downs.
Most locations should see less than 0.05″. For the impacted travel a Winter Weather Advisory and Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for parts of the viewing area.
This system moves out through the day and eventually high pressure begins to take back over the Plains. Not only will this give us more sunshine but warmer, down-slope flow will prevail through the mid-week. A big boost in temps is on the docket with highs climbing back up into the 50s and 60s on Wednesday and Thursday with the possibility of far SW Kansas surging back into the 70s. Our more active pattern continues with a cold front that is slated to move through Thursday night into Friday. The best chance for moisture looks to remain north of the Sunflower State but we could still see a few rain/snow showers, mainly across northern Kansas. Much colder air fitlers in behind this boundary by next weekend with highs close to freezing for many of us.
Have a great night!