After days with stubborn clouds, we look mostly sunny Saturday and unseasonably warm Sunday


Near record warmth Sunday before a strong cold front arrives late Monday

Snow hit Tuesday and it stayed cloudy Wednesday. We had a few random flurries pass by on Thursday with slightly stronger breezes. Cloudiness refused to go anywhere, but that changes over the next 12-24 hours.

Temperatures may go up a few degrees from what we’ve seen lately. Partial clearing will take place today, but mainly for areas to the west/southwest. It may take until late afternoon or early evening for the sky to clear around Topeka, Lawrence and Kansas City.

Friday night might become a bit frosty before much warmer air streams into the region. It will be a pleasant start to February, although stronger wind will be noticeable.

Greater Topeka Friday
Highs: 39-44
Wind: W/NW 10-20
Wind Chills: 30-34

Expect a sunny to partly cloudy sky Saturday with numbers well into the 50s. Much of northeast Kansas will get temperatures of 61-65 Sunday. Sunday is Groundhog Day. It looks like six more weeks of winter as any creature should see a shadow with abundant sunshine we’ll likely get.

For Super Bowl fans, there should be widespread showers and storms tonight and tomorrow in South Florida. A mostly sunny sky should develop Sunday afternoon with highs near 70, which isn’t much warmer that what we’ll be here. It should be around 66-68 degrees at kickoff.

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Go Chiefs…
KSNT Meteorologist David George

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