What We’re Tracking:
- Colder winds around today
- The coldest day of the week: Saturday
- Huge, prolonged warm-up starting next week
We’re tracking chilly breezes across Northeast Kansas today. North winds return to our region and continue to pump in cooler weather. Today is a day of transition, as we track even colder weather tomorrow. In fact, the coldest day of the week will be tomorrow. Expect sub-freezing high temperatures with persistent north breezes. When you wake up on Saturday, wind chills will be around 0°. However, warmer weather will surge back into the Great Plains – this time, for a prolonged period.
We’re tracking a slight chance for rain/snow early on Sunday. Otherwise, skies will slowly clear as Valentine’s Day unfolds. Expect high temperatures for you and your sweetheart, around 50°. For some context, our average high temperature for this time of the year is 44°. However, this is just the beginning of our mid-month warm-up. High temperatures will be pushing 70° as early as next Wednesday. The February thaw will be on in full force over the next week – just two more cool days before hearts warm all across Northeast Kansas!
Have a great day!
– KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert