We’re tracking cooler weather as the weekend approaches. Daytime temperatures will be stuck in the 50s and 60s today, despite some sunshine overhead. Clouds will increase by the evening/overnight period, out ahead of our next weather-maker. In fact, rain will re-enter the forecast as early as tomorrow morning.
We’re tracking a soggy and dreary end to the week (and the month of April). There will be plenty of rain-free time this weekend, but locally heavy rain is certainly possible. MOST of the rain will fall across our north/west counties. Essentially, the closer you are to N. Central Kansas this weekend, the better chance you have at seeing rain. Spots along and south of the Turnpike will be mainly dry until Saturday.
We’ll dry things out and clear things out as the weekend unfolds. Sunday afternoon will be mainly dry – setting the table for the first full week of May (next week). Expect bountiful blue skies and a gradual warm-up next week. In fact, highs will soar into the lower 80s by next Wednesday.
Have a great day!
– KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert