The snowstorm that dumped up to a half a foot of snow across the region is now producing wintry weather out across the eastern third of the country with severe storms on the southern end.
Cold air has been streaming in behind this system with high pressure in control to our north. That helped clear our skies quickly today with lots of sunshine being seen. Winds have continued to stay breezy making for frigid wind chills with values dipping well below 0°.
That is why a Wind Chill Advisory has been issued throughout a good chunk of the KSN Viewing Area into the Monday morning. You need to layer up if you’re heading out to the bus stop.
By tonight clouds will be thickening up yet again as another impulse of energy skirts across the state. Snow will be quick-moving and fairly light but it could fall heavy enough to put down some minor accumulations, mainly across SW Kansas.
We could see some snow showers across NW Kansas as well with even a flurry or two getting as close to Wichita.
This should be out here by Monday morning but Winter Weather Advisories have been issued. High pressure dominates to our north continuing to give us cold conditions and more sunshine into Tuesday but we will have some more mild air moving in by Wednesday.
Look for highs climbing back into the 40s with temps climbing back into the 50s throughout parts of the state by Thursday and Friday. A boundary may spark up some scattered showers but it will also keep the warm air on the move. The warmest of the next 7 days is looking like Saturday with afternoon readings getting back into the 50s and 60s with more rain showers possible.
Have a great night and stay warm!