Clouds will begin to move in from south to north late Saturday night into early Sunday morning. The chance of rain looks to hold off until after midnight, but lasts throughout the morning on Sunday. Latest models are pushing the rain further west than just the Kansas-Missouri border. Still, the best chance of rain will be for our southern and eastern areas.
The main bulk of rain looks to wrap up no later than noon on Sunday. Some lingering sprinkles are possible throughout the day. Overall, rain totals aren’t expected to exceed more than quarter of an inch. Still, this looks to be the most measurable precipitation we’ve seen this entire month of December, thus far.
Otherwise, it’ll be fairly cloudy through at least the first half of Sunday before some sun tries to peek through. With limited sunshine for Sunday, it’ll be a struggle for temperatures to get out of the 40s. However, some low 50s are possible by the afternoon.
Mostly sunny conditions return for the first half of next week beyond Sunday, with mild temperatures back in the 50s. As we get closer to the final weekend before Christmas though, that’s when some colder air looks to make its return to Northeast Kansas.