High pressure has settled in across the Plains and it will keep our weather pattern quiet throughout the next 48 hours.
Skies have been clear with the exception of a few passing clouds and we’ll see mainly clear conditions tonight right into our Sunday.
A weak disturbance has been moving eastward and that will continue to switch our winds back around to the north for tonight into the day tomorrow which will keep our temps a little cooler Sunday, especially across the NW part of the state.
Lows will be falling back into the 20s and 30s tonight behind that boundary with another seasonably mild day Sunday. Highs will be surging back into the 50s and 60s with an abundance of sunshine.
Clouds will then begin to sneak in by tomorrow night out ahead of our next system which will bring our rain chances back by late Monday into the day on Tuesday. As it looks now, the precipitation will remain fairly light but we could see some moderate pockets of rain.
This upper-level disturbance will remain rather unorganized as it traverses eastward but a few lingering showers could be seen early Wednesday across South Central Kansas. Clouds will then begin to break for the latter half our Wednesday and into Thursday with more sun and warmer temps. Another storm begins to move toward us from the west and this looks to bring more clouds across Western Kansas on Thursday with scattered showers developing Thursday night. Better chances for rain will be seen Friday with the shower potentially lasting through the daytime hours Saturday. This is something we’ll be watching for sure as some of our local rivers and streams still remain high. Highs will be staying in the 50s and 60s for many of us right through the next week which is average for this time of the year.
Have a great Saturday!