KSStorm.Info Briefing: March 12, 2022

The trend this weekend will be for less snowcover, more sunshine, and warmer temps. There'll be a breeze, too, which could ratchet up the fire danger in parts of Western Kansas.

The weekend kicks off with lots of sunshine and the good news, is temps will return back seasonal or above seasonal normals for the next seven days. The sun will do it’s job and met quite a bit of snow today, as we warm into the upper 40s to mid 50s with winds becoming breezy from the south. Starry skies are expected tonight, with lows in the mid to upper 20s.

Sunday looks amazing, with highs in the mid 60s area-wide. The wind will turn breezy in the afternoon, gusting to 30 mph, which could increase the fire danger in areas that did not receive measurable snowfall late in the week. Clear skies are expected Sunday night, with lows ranging through the 30s.

A storm system will move through the area during the day Monday and could bring a few light rain showers to areas east of the Turnpike, otherwise, the area will see a mix of clouds and sun with temps in the mid 50s. As skies clear out Monday night, we’ll see temps fall back into the upper 20s.

The warmup kicks into high gear for the midweek period, with mid 60s on Tuesday, mid 70s to near 80 on Wednesday. Another storm system looks to impact the area just outside of this forecast period, and it could bring along some beneficial rainfall. Keep your fingers crossed.

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