What We’re Tracking:
- Rain/Drizzle chances today/tonight
- Sunday AM rain chances
- Snow likely by Monday
A much more active weather pattern sets up starting this afternoon and will bring us several chances for precipitation over the next few days. By this afternoon, highs will be in the lower 40s with breezy conditions out of the southeast.
A chance for rain, drizzle, freezing drizzle, and a few snow flurries will exist through much of the day today and through early evening. A winter weather advisory is in place for wintery precipitation and slick roads for our far northwestern viewing area. Thereafter, chances will increase through tomorrow morning. For Sunday afternoon, highs will be in the middle 40s with a brief break from precipitation expected in the early afternoon.
CHIEFS FORECAST: For those that may be heading out to Kansas City for the Chiefs game as they take on the bills, things look to remain *mostly on the calm side of things. There is a chance for a few showers during the game in the evening, but more widespread chances look to increase around midnight. Temperatures will be on the colder side though, with lower 40s expected at kick-off and upper 30s around the time the game wraps up. Make sure to plan accordingly before our storm system moves in, early Monday morning, so that you can make it back safely.
Overnight Sunday and early Monday morning our main storm system makes its way into northeastern Kansas. Depending on how strong the low gets, we could see a better chance for rain for the south and eastern counties and snow north as the low moves right across southern Kansas. That is a favorable path for snow for northern parts of the state. However, all forms of precipitation are expected, including rain, sleet, freezing rain, and snow.
We’ll have a brief break from precipitation chances Tuesday before our next system moves in Tuesday night into Wednesday with a chance for light snow and rain and some chilly weather for the middle part of the week with temperatures struggling to get out of the 30s.
KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Ryan Matoush
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