Chance of freezing drizzle tonight, mild for midweek

It will continue to stay cloudy for tonight to go along with a southeast wind at 5 to 10 mph. That breeze and cloud will keep overnight lows in the upper 20s and lower 30s.

During the overnight hours, there could be enough moisture to result in some freezing drizzle, even mixing in with a few snowflakes. This slight chance carries over into the early morning hours in spots. It won't be a sheet of ice everywhere, and little to snow snow accumulation is expected. However, some slick spots will still be possible.

Sunday will be another day where more clouds than sunshine will be seen overhead. Another day of a south breeze at 5 to 15 mph will get more spots into the low 40s with highs, with some mid to upper 30s for those closer to the Kansas-Nebraska border, and the Kansas-Missouri border, as well.

By Monday morning, another round of drizzle and freezing drizzle will be possible. The icy precipitation won't last all day as afternoon temperatures near 40° once again, resulting in just some scattered rain showers for the seoncd half of the day come Monday.

Looking ahead to Valentine's Day on Thursday, it's now looking like much of the region will get into the warm sector of our next storm system. That will get highs into the 50s during the day under a mostly cloudy sky, with the chance of rain/snow mix as that system gets closer with the cold air for the evening and overnight hours.



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