KSStorm.Info Briefing: Briefing: Monday Oct 18

A breezy start to the week with warm temps. Wind highest this afternoon in central Kansas. Grassland fire danger is increased.
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Kansas will live up to its name the next couple days, particularly in central parts of the state. The high pressure in control of our weather the past few days eases to the east, and dropping pressure ahead of the cold front due in tomorrow night will increase wind from the south today through tomorrow afternoon. Humidity is low, but will start increasing tonight into tomorrow. Grassland fire danger is highest today, and in central Kansas drivers of high-profile vehicles can expect a little challenge. Later this week things calm down. Wednesday is the coolest day and we’ll see a warming trend into next week.

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