Drier air has been working in across the Plains and this will keep our clearing trend going right into tonight.
Mainly clear skies with maybe some patchy fog could be seen as temps dip down toward those dew points.
This will also help our temps tumble a little further even though we’ll only be falling into the 40s and 50s. Even milder air is on tap to kick-start the workweek as downslope flow continues over the Rockies. This will allow for even more drying and warmth with highs expected to surge into the 70s and 80s with an abundance of sunshine.
Our quiet weather pattern will hold into Tuesday as well with another unseasonably mild day on the docket. Temps again will be climbing into the 80s for many of us as winds turn back around to the south. This will usher in just a tad more moisture which will help bring few more clouds. We start to notice some changes by Wednesday as a potent low pressure moves toward us. The winds are going to be on the uptick drastically as we progress through the day with a few showers or storms possible by the afternoon. As winds turn NW in Western Kansas, I’m expecting to see a change over to mixed precip. with some snow possible into the overnight hours of Wednesday into Thursday.
This track will be something we watch very closely because it will have a big impact on precip. type. The rain/snow chances continue into Thursday but I’m thinking these line-up throughout northern communities as most of Central and Southern Kansas gets dry-slotted with this one. Much colder air filters in for the latter half of the workweek with highs only in the 30s and 40s. Another system brings the chance of rain/snow back by the weekend so stay tuned.
Have a great night!