KSStorm.Info Briefing: February 23, 2022

Polar cold remains entrenched on the plains. Snow will move up from Oklahoma into southeast Kansas today while the rest of the region will wait till tomorrow. The Thursday snowfall should be mostly a nuisance, up to an inch.
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***WIND CHILL ADVISORY until 11am. Frostbite may occur as quickly as 30 minutes.

Bitter cold continues in Kansas through early Friday, as highs in the low 20’s and lows in the single digits remain in place. The polar air will begin to shift out on Friday. Several fast-moving waves will pass overhead, bringing chances for light snow to parts of the state today and tomorrow.

The weekend warm-up will see temps above freezing Friday for the first time in five days. Saturday will remain jacket weather in most areas, with Sunday and early week pushing into the 50’s. No signs of meaningful precipitation through the middle of next week.


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