KSStorm.Info Briefing: March 9, 2023

Drizzle, fog, and a little bit of ice all come to an end today as the latest system pulls east. A nice start to the weekend, slight rain chances next week.
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We’ll see the system that has brought sprinkles, fog and drizzle to parts o Kansas exit the region by mid-day, with the speed of the clearing being the biggest determinant in how warm we get this afternoon. Some light icing is expected in northwest Kansas, leading to a Winter Weather Advisory.


Here’s the forecast ice accumulation. It won’t last long, as temps will warm enough to melt it by mid-day or before.


The exiting system will still be responsible for some drizzle, perhaps a few light showers, but rainfall through the end of the event is expected to be light for those locations that see any at all.


Looking ahead, the SPC does have the area southeast of the turnpike pegged for a few thunderstorms Saturday night, as the strongest energy of the next system passes just to our south and brings a slight chance for severe weather to the evening hours Saturday in eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Satruday should be the best day of the next 5 anyway, in spite of a lot of clouds we’ll see upper 60’s to around 70 for highs Saturday afternoon.

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