Wichita, Kansas 2021-03-24 19:04:29 –
The next rain is tracking northeast. This is all part of the larger storm system that spans the entire southern United States. Today, a mixture of rain and snow is temporarily spreading to Panhandle, Oklahoma and Texas, and southwestern Kansas.
Tonight’s temperature will drop to the 20s and 30s. As it continues to rain and temperatures drop overnight, a brief switch to snow, especially from southwestern Kansas to north-central Kansas, cannot be ruled out.
Showers are uneven on evening commute and will last all night.
This is a fast-moving system, with most of the humidity moving east of I-135 by Thursday dawn.
Due to the fixed clouds from central to eastern Kansas, many people remain parked in the 1950s due to the highest daytime temperatures, which makes it difficult for temperatures to rise significantly, but Kansas. People in the western part of the state see the sun shine back first when they’re done. weekly.
In northern, central, and eastern Kansas, take another shower on Friday to participate in more humidity.
If there is a shower or storm later on Friday, one or two will be stronger, the hail will be smaller, and gusts will be the main concern. Marginal risk is highlighted to explain this possibility throughout northeastern Kansas.
Warmth surged on Friday, with the southern half of the state soaring to highs in the 1960s and 1970s. The warmth continues throughout the weekend, so the winds get stronger from Friday to Saturday.
There is a slight chance of a shower next Monday, and there will be another opportunity on Tuesday night.
Both of these shots are not as extensive as the rain event we saw earlier this week. A cold front is coming next Tuesday evening, so if you can get the right materials, there could be some thunderstorms before that. Warming temperatures in the 70’s will be common early next week, before its strong cold front resets its highs in the 50’s and 60’s next Wednesday.
— Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman
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