Wednesday had light rain after midnight across the northeast area, otherwise cloudy and breezy day. Sprinkles or drizzle hit some spots early and widely scattered showers occurred during the day. Temps did hit the 60s. Wind was southeasterly at speeds of 15-25mph.
Rain became more widespread after midnight and much of that lingers across our central and eastern areas until roughly 8-9am. Clearing will be slow to happen. There may be some partial clearing by late afternoon or early evening.
Greater Topeka Thursday…
Wind: E/NE 5-15
Friday may start with fog, then we could have scattered clouds, sun, light wind and temps near 70 degrees. Another low pressure system may impact our region late in the upcoming weekend. Get ready for a very spring-like period with mild nights, warm days and stronger breezes on occasion as we go through the weekend.
Sprinkles may hit by Saturday, plus we’ll start looking at the timing and likelihood of showers and/or t’storms for late Saturday afternoon and overnight into Sunday. Sunday may just have a chance of morning rain with a variably cloudy sky by midday.
Once that chance for chance passes, late Monday and Tuesday of next week looks brighter and continued warm. However, the zonal flow is persistently bringing systems from west to east every few days which may mean showers for later next week.
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Wet for a few hours and then rain moves away….
KSNT Meteorologist David George