All of Kansas has continued to feel the effects of this low pressure center that has tracked through the region. It has brought heavy snow, gusty winds, whiteouts, and even thunderstorms on the warm side of this system.
Snow totals rose to close to a foot of snow across parts of SW Kansas but accumulations ranged widely throughout the state with lighter amounts the farther east you traveled.
This storm will continue to move out of the viewing area through Saturday evening with the stronger winds still wrapping back around into tonight. High pressure does begin to build eastward by our Sunday and this will give us more in the way of sunshine and some warmer temps due to those winds starting to switch back out of the south.
Where the snow has fallen, highs will stay colder.
By the start of the workweek, more mild air begins to stream in from the south and that will help us get back toward seasonable levels. Afternoon readings will be climbing back into the 40s and 50s on Monday but it will be shortlived as a cold front begins to move toward the state. It doesn’t look to bring much in the way of precipitation but temps will take the tumble back into the 20s and 30s by Wednesday. We The roller-coaster ride of conditions doesn’t stop there. We’re back into the 40s and 50s by Friday out ahead of our next weathermaker. This brings the shot of more wintry weather by Friday with rain and snow showers possible. By this time next weekend, highs will only be in the 20s and 30s. It’s looking like this active weather pattern continues and doesn’t end in the within next 7-days. As always, make sure you stay with the Storm Track 3 Weather Team for the latest.