Calm Period Continues

Models are showing pretty good consistency with major weather features in the next 6-10 days, differing only on location and type of what limited precipitation could fall. Kansas lies mostly under a northwest flow aloft, which is associated with quiet weather regardless of the time of year.

Two fast moving systems affect parts of the state during the week, with the most noticeable part being the return to jacket weather by mid-week. Southern and a little bit of southwestern Kansas could see light rainfall in the Tuesday time frame, with a small chance of it changing to snow at night but little to no accumulation.

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