KSStorm.Info Briefing: March 8, 2022


Seasonal temperatures and a mix of clouds and sun are expected across Kansas today. There is a very small chance for some virga or a sprinkle or two in west central and central Kansas but nearly all of us will remain dry . The northern half of the state looks to be the primary target for the next system, which arrives tomorrow night. Snow could create some impacts on Thursday especially north of K96/US 56. After a quite chilly day Friday, temps warm rapidly for the weekend.

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