A strong low pressure system will pass to our south during the day today, bringing severe weather to the Ark-La-Tex region while scattered showers are expected here at home. In northwest Kansas, snow will be the theme for today. Latest model runs have pretty well taken the chance for snow off the table for central and eastern Kansas, with any chances being brief and more in the I-70 corridor and the Flint Hills. The low scoots off into the Ohio Valley tomorrow, and in its wake we’ll be a bit cooler than normal for early March. Temperatures rebound this weekend, near 70 in some areas Sunday. With gusty wind likely Sunday and the warm temperature, grassland fire danger will be very high. A cold front may clip us Monday, but it would pass dry and just bring temperatures back down near seasonal norms. Some moisture possible next Wednesday.