Teachman’s Take: Tracking Cooler Air & Some Showers

Weather Blog

It’s been a stellar start to the work week!  Temperatures have been nicely warm with winds from the south.  Highs are close to the norm for this time of year.

This evening, showers will approach the northwestern part of our viewing area.  This is a sign that a cold front is coming!  

Overnight lows will range from the 40s to the 60s, depending on your location in relation to the front.

Spotty showers will favor northern Kansas as opposed to the southern half of the state through Tuesday.

Once the front arrives, you’ll know it because the winds will be howling from the north!

Some areas won’t get out of the 60s tomorrow due to the northerly winds, clouds and showers.  Wichita and south central Kansas will be able to gain a few more degrees due to the timing of the frontal passage.

While temps will be knocked down briefly on Wednesday, we’ll get right back up heading into the weekend.

There are a few other chances for showers by week’s end, but moisture looks limited.  Next week with a stronger push of cooler air, rain looks more favorable late Monday into Tuesday.

-Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman 

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