A raw day on tap across Kansas, as temperatures in most of the state struggle to reach 40. Freezing drizzle in northwest Kansas has prompted a Winter Weather advisory until 11am Mountain time. The rest of the state could see occasional drizzle much of the day as we have warm, moist air rising over the cold air at the surface.
Temperatures remain nearly steady from this afternoon into the overnight, then the warm air starts to erode the cold as wind shifts through east to southeast. The rest of the week brings chances for rain to much of Kansas, but it’s not likely to be a significant rainfall anywhere, only reaching beneficial amounts from the Turnpike south and east. This graphic is forecast rainfall through Thursday night.
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