KSStorm.Info Briefing: March 4, 2022

Windy conditions today and tomorrow bring extreme grassland fire risk ot much of the state. Much cooler Sunday and Monday, light snow possible overnight Monday morning.
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Southern and western Kansas face an increased risk of any outdoor fire spreading quickly and possibly getting out of control. South winds ramp up to 30+ today, stay high tonight, and pick up with gusts above 40 tomorrow. The air is extremely dry, with afternoon relative humidity running in the single digits in many places. NWS has posted Fire weather products for tomorrow:
A cold front sweeps across the state overnight Saturday, pushing lows back to more wintry levels. Sunday’s high will struggle into the 30’s north and 40’s south, and there is a chance for light snowfall Sunday night into Monday on the back side of a low pressure system that passes to our south. Most of next week will be seasonal, after a cool day Monday.

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