We enjoyed a beautiful Saturday with all-day sunshine, but it was chilly. Sunday wasn’t nearly as nice with similar temperatures. Monday had a mix of clouds and sun with near normal temps for mid-February.
Today, we get a mainly cloudy sky at the start with 20s, and low we’ll have low to mid 40s late with partly cloudy conditions. A light north/northwest wind won’t cause too much extra chill.
Greater Topeka Tuesday
Wind: N/NW 8-16
Limited sun will take us through Wednesday with a higher risk of precipitation. A system will work across northeast Kansas, and the timing will determine if we see more wet snow or mixed rain/snow. Whatever does occur should be relatively light.
We should get a lot more sunshine by Thursday, but it won’t be pleasant with considerably colder air in place. Highs might only reach 24-27. After frigid conditions Thursday night, Friday will be a little better as the sky should be blue and temperatures might be up at least 10-12 degrees from the previous day.
The pattern looks mainly dry for the weekend. The probability for a few showers look slightly higher Saturday night, so maybe we get a partly to mostly cloudy sky for Saturday and Sunday with upper 40s and low 50s. That sounds pleasant for this time of year, but I don’t believe it will be that pretty. Also, be patient if you want it much warmer on a consistent basis. Spring begins in 5.5 weeks.
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Expect more clouds than sun for the next two days…
KSNT Meteorologist David George
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