KSStorm.Info Briefing: February 18, 2022

Mild across most of the state today, colder where there's snow. The weekend will be mild, but we expect Arctic and even some Siberian air next week.
Photo of blurred sunrise over snowy trees

Friday across Kansas will be a study in contrasts, as many areas that did not see snowfall will have a beautiful day, while the sun’s heat gets converted to melt in in the areas with snowpack and the air will be much cooler as a result.

Selected Towns today:

Colby         55
Garden City   57
Meade         58
Beloit        59
Lyons         55
Hutchinson    48
Wichita       40
Fredonia      40
Emporia       36
Topeka        39

Over the weekend temps will balance out as the snow melts, and Sunday should be mild across the region.

Look for temperatures to tumble late Monday, and the bulk of next week will be quite cold, substantially below normal for February. We’re expecting highs in the teens and low 20’s and subzero wind chills as Arctic and even a bit of Siberian air invades the plains. There’s a possibility next Thursday will see another round of snow.


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