After this crazy weather week, finally, much quieter weather is unfolding across the Central High Plains. Drier air has been filtering down from the NW as a result of high pressure settling in and this will give us lots of sunshine throughout the rest of our Friday.
Now, this doesn’t take away from our Flood Warnings on area rivers so please be careful if you do encounter any water in low lying areas close to local waterways.
More pleasant weather is on tap as we step straight into the weekend and warmer conditions to boot. Winds will be switching to the SW as this area of high pressure moves eastward allowing for our temps to climb back into the 60s for our Saturday and Sunday.
A weak boundary will slide southward tomorrow but all I’m expecting is a few passing clouds and wind switch back around to the NW. Mainly sunny skies will prevail into Sunday and well but we do begin to see a few more clouds developing by the nighttime hours as a result of our next disturbance.
This begins to move our way throughout the day on Monday with a slim chance at a sprinkle out across Western Kansas. By dark, those chances will increase some and we’ll keep them around out Tuesday with scattered showers moving through the region. This front does look to go rather stationary on us which will keep the shot at rain showers around through mid-week and even into our Thursday and Friday a few showers are still possible. As it looks now, precipitation should be rather light but it’s something we’ll be monitoring through the weekend and into next week. Temperature wise, we will remain seasonable with highs in the 50s and 60s through the next 7-days.
Have a great night!