Showers that moved in overnight will continue through the area through the morning, becoming scattered as they move out of the area. By the afternoon, we sit a bit breezier, but a little extra sunshine helps us warm up into the low 50s for some areas, with our northern counties likely locked in the upper 40s. Sustained winds this afternoon could be anywhere from 20-30 mph out of the west, with gusts 35-40 mph.
We finish out our weekend on a more sunny note. Highs Sunday into Monday look to sit in the upper 40s as we see conditions more in line with what we expect for this time of year.
Another system enters northeast Kansas on Tuesday. This brings in the chance for showers throughout the day on Tuesday. Rain continues into the overnight hours and there could even be some thunder in heavier pockets. Showers and the chance for a few thunderstorms continues into the day Wednesday.
By Thursday we clear out once again. We stay mostly sunny to finish out our work week with highs in the low 50s to mid 40s. This week is looking much more “spring-ish” than last week.
-KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Andrew Adams