Wichita, Kansas 2020-12-07 19:56:55 –
In Himawari, the high pressures still hold strong weather patterns for the next few days, so sunlight and comfortable days await.
The dry air is filtered and the temperature drops rapidly overnight, but warms up efficiently by the afternoon hours.
It gets chilly overnight as temperatures can return to the 20s and 30s throughout the region.
Temperatures on Tuesday return to the 1960s and continue to rise as we approach the middle of the week.
We are still on track for the sway to this gentle pattern by the weekend as the cyclone region slides from the west. The first sign of this changing pattern is an increase in clouds in the region starting on Thursday, most likely to rain overnight from Thursday to Friday.
Most guidance continues to make this a more rainy event for most people in Kansas.
If you find flakes flying, it can be limited to northwestern Kansas and northern central Kansas, but for everyone, what falls from the sky is highly temperature-dependent.
The dampness that remains on the weekends may remain, and the possibility of low-end rain and snow may continue over Saturday and Sunday, but most often the end of winter until the week.
— Meteorologist Erica Page
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