A dry, windy day today will give way to widespread rainfall tomorrow. In fact, the next 36 hours or so will be pretty busy weather-wise, with increased grassland fire danger today followed by widespread rain and some thunderstorms tomorrow, and some wet snow possible on the back side of the system tomorrow. We don’t expect more than a nuisance accumulation of snow, but with temps right around freezing up to an inch of slush is possible between K-61 and US-183. As typical for early spring, the system is a quick hitter and we’ll clear out Friday with seasonal temps, followed by a beautiful weekend. Another opportunity for meaningful precipitation starts next week.
*** RED FLAG WARNING for part of south central Kansas today.