Teachman’s Take: Fall Weather for this Weekend, Dry until Next Week

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Earlier today, a cold front worked across Kansas. Our winds have now turned from the north. It won’t stay this way through the weekend. However, our temperatures will be cold overnight and into early Saturday morning.

Today’s front is the first of several that will bring more of a shift in the winds rather than any rainfall nor snow. Temperatures on Saturday will be pleasant mainly in the 50s.

This weekend will be dry and quiet.

A high pressure system out west will keeps skies clear and winds calm on Saturday.

Before heading to bed Saturday night, remember it’s time to turn back time! It’s also a good reminder to change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

Another dry cold front will track through the state on Sunday. Temperatures will reach the high 50s. Highs will top out for the week on Monday in the low 60s, but then take a dip on Tuesday.

A slim rain chance is possible during the mid-week. Rain showers are possible Tuesday night into Wednesday and possibly Thursday. Right now, it doesn’t look like this next system has much moisture to work with. We’ll continue to monitor trends over the weekend.

Northerly flow in the west has brought down cool air which dropped temperatures. Meanwhile, southerly winds remain ahead of the cold front in the southeast so temperatures reached in the 50s today.

-Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman

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