Temperatures drop below average early this week, region remains dry – Wichita, Kansas

Wichita, Kansas 2021-12-05 18:50:50 –

The cold front is progressing like this today, and we can see changes in temperature this week.

As this cold front cruises the area, the wind will rise considerably.

Gusts of 35-45 MPH can be heading in the evening and most nights.

By dawn on Monday, the winds will begin to ease as the cold air settles in the area.

This front also helps to cause bad weather rounds from eastern Oklahoma through Arkansas, western Kentucky, and Tennessee to the southeast. In this part of the country, all forms of bad weather are on the table. Tornadoes cannot be eliminated, but as the storm evolves into the squall line, the damaging winds are central.

Cold temperatures until Monday morning range from teens to thirties. Further north and west communities can stay in this fresh, cold-air pool for longer and cool down.

On Monday afternoons, the sun and clouds mix and the winds are mainly from the north, so temperatures can only reach 30s and 40s. This is below the average for this period. As the sun goes on and the anticyclone goes east, the wind begins to shift from the south. This will slightly increase the warmth of Tuesday.

There is also energy to work from Monday night to early Tuesday morning. The amount of clouds will increase, but you can also squeeze out sprinkles and gusts. Travel troubles are not expected as the low levels of the atmosphere are dry due to the substance.

Temperatures recovered with Friday from Wednesday to Thursday.There is a much stronger cold front by the end of the week and will start next weekend

The system is aimed at the central plateau. There are two phases. One may bring snow primarily to Nebraska and cover our area north with skirts, but most of Kansas appear to lose beneficial moisture from this round.

Moisture will not be available throughout southern Kansas at the beginning of next weekend until another energy is generated as the cyclone develops to the south. Rain and snow can be part of this equation.

As the week continues, the orbits and evolution of both phases need to be carefully monitored.

– Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman

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