As one system exits to the east with light snow and flurries coming to an end, another weather system is waiting in the wings to the north. New data suggests that most of the snow may already be south of the area by the commute time Monday morning. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a high near 54. Now, only an additional dusting to upwards of inch is expected by the time the snow comes to an end early Monday morning.
Forecasters urged drivers to slow down and use caution when in foggy areas.
The next big story will be the bitterly cold temperatures. Temperatures on Monday will remain steady through Noon, with teens and single digits by afternoon. Sunday night will be cold with lows in the mid 20s. Risky wind chills are possible by Tuesday morning, ranging from 10 to 20 below zero. Tuesday night skies will clear and temperatures will plummet.
High temperatures will climb into the 40s and even low 50s, so any snow we gain during the week will melt by the weekend.
There will be a slight chance for light snow across parts of central and southeast Kansas late Saturday night into Sunday morning where light accumulations will be possible.
Environment Canada says we'll have a mix of sun and cloud today with winds up to 15 km/h. the daytime high minus will reach minus 16. North wind around 10 miles per hour. Light north northeast wind. Wind: N 15-25; gusty.
There is a WIND CHILL ADVISORY from midnight Friday to 9 a.m. Saturday for Crawford, Richland, Juneau and Adams counties. The patchy fog could roll back in tonight, with lows falling to around 40.