Teachman’s Take: Big Time Warm Up, Storms Next Week

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A cold front has been on the move across the state today.  While a few sprinkles and showers have developed, the increase in cloud cover and intensity of the winds have been noticeable.  

As skies clear out overnight, temps will drop into the 30s and lower 40s. 

Some frost is possible in spots and a Frost Advisory is in effect for areas north and west of Wichita.

Temps will turn a much warmer direction on Friday.  And this is just the beginning.  We will continue to warm up over the weekend.  

Unsettled skies are expected late in the weekend in western Kansas with an isolated shower or storm possible. 

Our storm chances will continue to rise next week, especially on Tuesday and Wednesday.  Severe weather is possible.  We will be able to iron out the details as we get closer.  Please be weather aware as we approach this timeframe.  I’ll have a look at how much we’ll warm and when you can expect storms at your house on KSN News tonight. – Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman 

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