Wichita, Kansas 2020-10-17 19:48:03 –
The wind started strong today. Let’s take a look at the strongest gusts of the last 24 hours.
The sky was hazy this afternoon as the front smoked from a Colorado wildfire. There will be less haze, but clouds are expected to increase tomorrow.
Our attention looks at the effects of cold fronts from late today to tomorrow. Overnight lows fall to the 30s and 40s.
It can also rain behind the turmoil tonight and Sunday morning. Due to the lack of humidity in this area, the likelihood of rain remains low.
It is most likely to rain in the counties of the Far North and communities in the South Central. Rainfall accumulation is only a few tenths of an inch.
It won’t be very warm tomorrow. Only in the 40s and 50s in the afternoon.
This pool of cold air brings temperatures closer to or below freezing to start work weekly. Freeze Watch is valid from Sunday night to Monday morning in the northwest.
Temperatures warm slowly as the week progresses, but then crash again later in the week on another cold front. The chances of rain are small, but it rains more often this week.