As day turns to night, a few more clouds will start to stroll through Northeast Kansas. That additional cloud cover, with a south wind at 5 to 15 mph, will prevent temperatures from dropping off quite as much. Overnight lows will be a mix of 30s and low 40s.
Sunday ushered in the beginning of a mild and quiet weather week ahead. We’re not tracking any rain chance in the mix through the next several days, as of right now. Mostly sunny conditions will go along with mild temperatures primarily in the 50s for this week.
For Thanksgiving itself, it’ll be a chilly start with morning temperatures in the 30s before temperatures max out near 60 degrees. Black Friday shoppers will see a slight warm up with upper 30s during the morning, with widespread 60s by the afternoon.