A few showers have popped up in the “heat” of the afternoon across western Kansas.
These are driven by the sun. Once the sun sets, they will disappear and the clouds will go with them.
That means temps will be chilly overnight in the 20s and 30s. Winds will start to switch from the south which will aid in our warm up in the days to come.
Wednesday’s highs in the 60s are NOTHING compared to where we will be by week’s end.
There is a storm system that will travel to our northeast by Friday. Northcentral Kansas stands the best chance for some light rain from this system.
Sunday through next Tuesday looks unsettled with a few chances for showers and thunderstorms. Still a lot to iron out as we get closer. But, it’s further proof that our weather pattern is changing and at least giving us a little moisture compared to months previously.
Join me tonight on KSN News as I track our warm up and approaching rain chances. – Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman