Fog has been dense for some time toward Kansas City. Expect areas of fog, especially in our east/northeast counties this morning. Temperatures are primarily in the upper 20s and lower 30s with a mainly clear sky.
Clouds will gradually increase today. We likely go from mostly clear to partly cloudy this morning and partly cloudy to mainly cloudy this afternoon. Breezes should be light, but it will be cooler than yesterday.
Greater Topeka Monday
Wind: N 5-15
Wind Chills: 25-30
We may see a few flurries overnight. Widely scattered snow showers are possible Tuesday, and much of that activity may be to the south. Temperatures will remain below normal through midweek. Clouds will be stubborn through Wednesday and Thursday.
A warmer pattern will begin Friday with more sunshine. It looks like a very pleasant weekend at this point. A sunny to partly cloudy sky should be the rule, and highs may reach well into the 50s.
Sunday is Groundhog Day. If the local rodent sees a shadow, it pops back into it’s burrow for six more weeks of winter. This day of fun and folklore doesn’t mean much, because there are six weeks remaining on the calendar for this season no matter what happens.
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Clouds should increase with chilly air…
KSNT Meteorologist David George
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