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Fabulous fall weather continues, early week limited rain chance – Wichita, Kansas

Wichita, Kansas 2021-10-17 18:37:26 –

It was another great weekend throughout Sunflower State. On the slightly chilly side, another frost fell north and west earlier today.

We are tightly under high pressure control and provide cold nights and warm afternoons.

Fire weather warnings are issued from the southwest to the evening. Burning is highly discouraged in warm, gusts and dry conditions.

Tonight, temperatures will drop to 40 degrees Celsius, mainly under the stars, to 30 degrees northwest.

By dawn on Monday, the clouds will reach western Kansas and head east all day long. Winds increase with gusts of 25-35 mph. Random gusts can reach 40 mph on Monday afternoon. The position of the cloud deck on Monday is important. Even with strong southerly winds, the high temperatures in the afternoon can rise several degrees from central to eastern Kansas. Outside the west, temperatures can recover in the 1980s with more sunlight.

Model guidance spews some light rain early Tuesday morning in eastern Kansas. Then, on Tuesday, the sunshine will be back in full swing, raising temperatures throughout the state. Again, as cold fronts cruise the area, parts of southwestern Kansas could approach 80 in the afternoon. As this front passes through Kansas, the wind gushes at 25-35 mph. In the southwest, fire weather warnings are in place due to dry conditions, warm temperatures, and gusts. Burning is definitely not recommended.

From Tuesday night to Wednesday morning, showers can occur from central to eastern Kansas. Any amount will be lighter.

The rest of the week’s working hours are quiet and sunny, with highs in the 1960s and 70s and lows mainly in the 1940s. The northern community is more likely to be in their late thirties later in the week of work due to a freezing cyclone.

Attention will be focused on the next weekend and the storm system under development. Model guidance is not yet in sync with the positioning of precipitation so far away. However, rising dew points in the late 1950s and late 1960s may return moisture, helping the unstable skies in the form of showers and thunderstorms. As we approach the next weekend, there are some things to note.

– Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman

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