KSStorm.Info Briefing: March 13, 2023

Kansas will have a Spring sandwich this week, with chilly temperatures the first two days of the week and this weekend while Wednesday will be warm.
harvested corn field at kirchners

We’re just over a week out from the official first day of spring, and this week is going to remind us that winter weather is still possible. You might characterize the week as a spring sandwich, with cold temps the first part of the week, warmer and wet conditions mid-week, and chilly air Friday and the weekend.

Northerly winds and some cloudiness will keep the temperatures well below normal for another day for today. Thos cold air will shift east late in the day, allowing wind to come around to the south, whcih will herald warmer temperatures for mid-week. Tomorrow should be near-normal but just on the cool side, while temps will shoot up on Wednesday with gusty south wind. We expect an active weather day on Thrusday, with showers and storms south, especially in the morning, while northwestern areas see snow. After the front passes temepratures will plummet as an arctic air mass plows into the area, and we may see rain mix with or change to snow late in the day. The polar air may put a record or two at risk late in the week, and it’s expected to hang on for several days.

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