Teachman’s Take: Evening Showers Followed by Warming Work Week

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It’s a sight to behold!  Liquid gold…also known as rain is moving through parts of the state this evening.  It won’t last long and once it shifts east, sunshine will briefly break out.  

Overnight and into Monday, another disturbance will cross our path.  This will bring more showers to western Kansas and potentially a brief wintry mix where temps can cool just right.  

These showers will shift into central Kansas as Monday continues.  This will also mark the march of much warmer temperatures to our region this week.  

Due to clouds and showers for Monday, temps will stay below seasonable norms.

But, by Tuesday and through the majority of the work week, temps will soar!  YES — I can even see some temperatures in extreme southwestern Kansas topping out in the lower 90s!  

Winds will also rise and as we dry out from our recent bouts of moisture, the fire risk will return.  By week’s end, there will be a strong storm system that enters the Plains.  Unfortunately, we aren’t in the best lineup to see any decent showers, storms nor snow from this system.  

Join me tonight on KSN News as I break down our chances for rain and show you how toasty temps will become this week.  – Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman 

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