KSStorm.Info Briefing: March 22, 2022

Wind will be noticeable throughout the state and driving will be hazardous, especially on east/west roads. Rain and some snow will come to an end by late evening. The rest of the week looks nice.
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A variety of weather is affecting Kansas this morning, and as the low pressure system begins its exit today we’ll see all of it pull off to the east. Here is a combined image of all watches, warnings and advisories — where the various products overlap, only the one with most damage potential is shown:


Areas along and west of Highway 281 are seeing snowfall this morning, with rain continuing to the east of 281. Here are current winter advisories and warnings:


It’ll be windy today, especially along and west of I-135. Here are the highest forecast wind gusts for today:


Tomorrow will be much quieter, other than the wind, which will remain in the breezy category. The warm-up begins in earnest Thursday, and by Sunday we’re back in to the upper 70’s to around 80. Some chances for precipitation return to start next week.

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