There is an isolated chance of a couple flurries overnight tonight into the early morning hours of Wednesday. Best chance of that will be for areas to the north of I-70.. Otherwise, partly cloudy conditions will go along with temperatures turning chilly as they fall back into the upper 20s for areas near the Kansas-Nebraska border, with 30s elsewhere.
Additional cloud cover for Monday morning will gradually start to thin out as the day progresses, leaving Northeast Kansas under a mix of sun and clouds. Even so, Monday won’t be much warmer. High temperatures will be stuck in the 40s and low 50s.
40 degree weather is expected through the first half of the work and school week, as well as isolated chances of precipitation. There is an isolated chance of a rain/snow mix come Tuesday, with some of that possibly lingering into early Wednesday.
Otherwise, drier conditions are expected for the second half of the work and school week as temperatures bounce backinto the 50s. Looking ahead to Veterans Day on Saturday, 50s still look to be the case, but scattered showers will also be a possibility.