Teachman’s Take: Another surge of cool air, frost for some?

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Today, the winds shifted from the north which is spilling cooler air southward throughout the state.  

While winds have been gusty as the front cruised by, they will weaken as the night continues.

Overnight lows will be in the 30s, 40s and 50s.  Some spots in the far northwestern part of our viewing area could see frost in low-lying locations outside of town.

As the night carries on, a few sprinkles or a light shower are possible in the southern half of the state.  Amounts are expected to be light if you do indeed see a shower.

Temperatures going into Wednesday will be below the norm, but comfortable under picture-perfect, sunshiny skies.  And the winds will be significantly lighter!

By week’s end, another cold front will approach us.  It will flirt with our area and then work back to the north over the weekend.

A few showers are possible Friday into Saturday, with most targeting north-central Kansas.

This weekend, highs will return to the 80s.  We’ll stay there for much of next week, potentially hitting the 90s briefly before another colder surge arrives by Thursday.    

-Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman 

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