There is a chance of light snow late Monday night and early Tuesday.
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There is a chance of light snow late Monday night and early Tuesday.
Mild weather is expected on Saturday with highs in the 50s.
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The combination of low clouds and elevated winds will keep temperatures much milder tonight, compared to recent nights, holding mainly in the 20s.
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If you have outdoor plans for this weekend, we recommend Sunday afternoon. Expect mild temperatures and light winds.
Bitterly cold wind chills can be expected this morning.
Despite a warm up this afternoon, strong south winds will make it feel chilly.
Partly to mostly cloudy with lows mainly in the teens.
A very nice weekend ahead with temperatures well above average this time of year. Enjoy it while you can because colder temperatures mainly in the 30s expected for most of next week.
On this date in weather history, the record low temperature for the entire state of Kansas was set at Lebanon with 40 degrees below zero in 1905! It is cold today, but it could always be worse. Much warmer temperatures coming for the weekend!
If planning outdoor activities, Sunday is the pick day of the weekend with temperatures about 10 degrees above normal for mid February. Enjoy Sunday; cold air will prevail for most of next week.
The Kansas wind will blow on Friday. Exiting arctic high pressure will set up a strong pressure gradient across SW Kansas. Expect wind gusts of 40-45 mph.
Currently 8 degrees at Dodge City, at 7 AM Thursday. This is the coldest temperature since November 12, and the third coldest temperature this season. We reached 4 degrees and 7 degrees November 11-12.
Lower 60s on the way Sunday...grin and bear it!
Cold temperatures can be expected today with highs ranging from near 20 in central Kansas to around 40 at Elkhart. Skies will be partly cloudy to cloudy. A flurry is possible around Hays with no accumulation.
Cold air will remain in place across western Kansas on Thursday before gusty south winds push warmer air into the area on Friday.
Winds will be gusting to around 15-20 mph at sunrise which will push wind chill temperatures into the single digits above and below zero.
121 years ago today, an arctic air outbreak brought the all time record low temperature to Dodge City, -26 degrees! This weather event spanned nearly the entire country, and became known as The Great Arctic Outbreak! Here's a link for more information: https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/news/climate-history-great-arctic-outbreak-february-1899?fbclid=IwAR03Z6omXVwZN3q8pI9KBZYE3YuhUZLpwBOS1Wok6Wtx89f9Usjdrhxa0YI
Over 115 years ago, a cold wave that would become known as the “Great Arctic Outbreak” took the United States by storm.
Cold dry arctic air will make an appearance in SW Kansas Thursday morning, with air temperatures falling below 15 degrees at most locations. North winds of 10-20 mph will make it feel colder, with the coldest wind chill indices expected across the NE zones. The coldest wind chills of around -10 are expected across/near Ellis county early Thursday morning.
Light to moderate snow showers are moving east through southcentral Kansas. Accumulations of around one inch are possible, and roads could be slippery for the morning commute.
Snow showers moving in from the south is combining with snow showers developing between Dodge City and Hutchinson. Expect light snow and roads becoming partly snow covered through the morning.
Winter weather for Wednesday due to accumulating snow up to 1-2 inches.
Arctic air moves in Wednesday night which will lead to strong north winds and cold wind chills for Thursday morning.
Snow will move into south central and south west Kansas through much of Wednesday morning. Areas east of a Meade to Great Bend line will have the best chance of accumulations of snow around an inch and snow covered roads for the morning commute.
Winter weather advisory after midnight and into the afternoon for Wednesday due to accumulating snow up to 1-2 inches with blowing snow possible due to strong north winds.
Just got a report of 1 1/2 inch of snow accumulation near Liberal. Any more snow reports across the SW counties this morning from this little system? They all would be appreciated.
Cold Canadian air will invade briefly Thursday morning, when wind chill indices will be within a few degrees of zero.
Overnight lows will range from the low 20s to near 30 across southwest Kansas. Snow is possible around Medicine Lodge and adjacent locations.
Reports of snow covering the road in portions of far southwest Kansas. Light snow will continue through the morning. Take the proper precautions if you have to travel on roads.
Today: Bands of light snow will continue through this morning mainly in far southwest Kansas and will end around noon. More clouds than sun through the day with highs in the 30s to around 40.
Light snow will once again be possible Wednesday morning. Best chance of accumulating snow will be around Medicine Lodge into south central Kansas with around an inch possible by late Wednesday morning.
Light snow will be developing late tonight across much of southern Colorado, northern New Mexico, and into far southwest Kansas. Light accumulations in the Elkhart area of around an inch will be possible by sunrise Tuesday.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for Morton, Stanton, and Stevens counties from 6 PM tonight through 12 pm tomorrow.
Overnight lows will be in the mid to upper 20s as snow moves in from the west. Far southwest Kansas will see the highest snow accumulations.
Ready for a rare treat? Wind less than 10 mph all day today.
Snow will move in from the southwest starting Monday night but will have to overcome some dry air at first before flakes make it to the ground. As a result the highest totals looks to be mainly in far SW Kansas with more uncertainty to totals for the rest of southwest Kansas. It would tend at this point to be around a dusting.
The Monday forecast calls for afternoon temperatures topping out in the lower 40s with a very light wind with high pressure in place.
The next storm is approaching our region, however the highest snowfall with greatest impacts are expected to be across southern Colorado, much of New Mexico, and West Texas. Across our forecast area of southwest and west central Kansas, the highest snowfall is expected to be around Elkhart. If you have travel plans to the southwest of Kansas early this week, please stay up to date on the latest forecast information via weather.gov or another favorite weather source.
Light snow is expected to focus across the far southwest sections of SW Kansas Monday night into early Tuesday. A large area of accumulating snow is expected across New Mexico, and the Texas/Oklahoma Panhandles, and the northeast extent of this snow shield is expected to clip the SW zones (Morton county, Elkhart and vicinity). Up to two inches is likely in this area, but amounts will decrease with northeast extent into Kansas.
The wind will be less than 10 mph all day Monday...grin and bear it today!
North wind gusting to 47 mph at the Dodge City Airport with areas of blowing dust...as of 930 AM CST Sunday.
Strongest winds will be between now and 2 pm.
The Kansas wind will be blowing today, behind last night's cold front. The strongest winds are expected during the midday hours today, with gusts of 40-45 mph. Expect the winds to diminish rapidly this evening, down to light and variable by midnight.
We are monitoring the chance of some accumulating snow, mainly Monday night into Tuesday morning, for areas mainly west of a Garden City to Liberal line.
Chances of snow possible for Tuesday and Wednesday with temperatures staying on the cool side for much of the workweek.
Partial sunshine can be expected Sunday with highs in the 40s.
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