We’re tracking a rather gloomy and damp day across Northeast Kansas. After yet another gorgeous weekend, Mother Nature has decided to throw some raindrops into the forecast…just in time for the fresh work/school week. Pack the umbrellas – it’s just going to be ‘one of those days.’ We’ll hold onto a rain chance all day, but it will NOT being raining everywhere. In other words, it’s NOT going to be a wash-out, but scattered showers and dark skies will prevail (even throughout the afternoon).
Skies will dry later this evening, as a cold front starts to clear things out northwest to southeast tomorrow. It will take quite a few hours to completely clear our skies. Don’t expect wall-to-wall sunshine until Tuesday afternoon. And after that…the rest of the week will be quiet. In fact, we’re getting ourselves into another long stretch of tranquil weather. Highs will hangout in the 60s over the next week, with lows dipping into the upper 30s. For some context, these temperatures are seasonal. Our average high temperature is only 60°. Sunny skies with temps in the 60s, two weeks before Thanksgiving? Sounds good!
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Have a great day!
– KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert