Yesterday was much colder than the previous day. Clouds lingered and temperatures struggled to reach the 50s.
Scattered overnight showers and t’storms are moving away quickly. Some thunderstorms were very strong near Wichita and Chanute. Clearing will be rapid around sunrise or shortly after, so get ready to enjoy a wonderful day with sunshine, light breezes and 60s.
Greater Topeka Wednesday
Wind: S/SW 5-15
Scattered showers early Thursday may last until late morning or midday. Once those go east, clearing should be quick but the wind will be much stronger. Numbers should still reach the low to mid 60s.
As we get deeper in the week, sunshine may be limited. Expect clouds Friday with cooler temperatures. We get colder again with scattered showers late Friday and Saturday. It may be cold enough for rain/snow or wet snow occasionally.
Spring Break will end damp and chilly. Highs may only be in the 40s to near 50 over the weekend, and clouds may dominate Sunday. More showers are expected through the early to middle part of next week.
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We should get a terrific day of weather so enjoy…
KSNT Meteorologist David George
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