Wichita, Kansas 2021-03-04 07:11:42 –
Rain and snow occur in the western part of Colorado, and this moisture travels to our area in the form of rain today. For now, the sky is still clean, but clouds will increase throughout the day.
Most of us experience a dry and quiet commute. Rain begins to move to western Kansas by late morning. Showers begin to enter parts of Central Kansas by late afternoon and evening.
You can hear the sound once or twice in the west in the afternoon and evening. The marginal risk of bad weather has been reported in southwestern Kansas and parts of the Oklahoma Panhandle, so this possibility should be carefully monitored. Serious threats are at the bottom, but there can be one or two strong storms that can hail.
You will be able to warm up in the 1960s and 1950s. The winds will be weaker this morning, but in the afternoon there will be gusts. After burning grass in some areas yesterday, it’s best to avoid outdoor burns.
By dawn on Friday, the showers will subside overnight and begin to rain south of I-70. The low price is not as chilly as in the 30s to 40s.
Showers continue to fall south and southeast until Friday. Highs are cooler, but close to normal even in the 1950s.
Rainfall still seems to be as high as 1 inch to 1.5 inches. A small amount on the west side is welcomed even in dry places.
Back in the 1960s, it dries on weekends, but the danger of fire still needs to be monitored. Highs by mid-next week will be in the 1960s and 1970s. During this time, the area is skimmed by the system. But it will be later next week and will appear to offer better opportunities for more rumble and perhaps winter weather in the northwest.
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