Two opposing systems will battle it out over the next couple of days. There is an area of high pressure to our northeast and a strong low pressure system to our south. Our weather over the weekend will be impacted most by the high pressure system. This will eat away at our chances for snow, clear out our skies eventually and keep the cold air around!
Overnight, temperatures will be frigid in the teens and 20s. Clouds will dominate and there’s a slight chance for a flurry or two along the Kansas/Oklahoma state line.
As that strong system to our south works east, clouds will thin on Saturday. Our temperatures will be in the 30s and 40s for highs. Sunday is expected to be slightly warmer with widespread highs in the 40s and more sunshine.
Temperatures will eventually return to near normal by Tuesday with highs in the 50s.
Unsettled conditions make a comeback next Wednesday in the form of rain showers.
Another wave works through on Thursday that could not only bring rain but also some snow to parts of the state.
-Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman