We have some really good news in the forecast today!! Finally we will start to scour out that bitter Arctic air and return to more seasonal conditions… Just keep in mind it is going to be a slow change!! As of 4AM this morning we are starting to see a shift in the temps and a warm up compared to where we were at 4AM yesterday morning! SW winds will start to usher in “less cold” air as a warmer ridge of high pressure begins to build in and warm us up heading into the weekend!
It is a fast mover, but you are going to notice a big change!! An Alberta Clipper system is going to rip across the state this morning bringing a little bit of snow on top of a little bit of glaze ice and then MUCH colder air!! Travel conditions will continue to deteriorate through the morning as light snow accumulates on top of that ice. Once the snow is over round two begins!! Bitterly cold Arctic air will move in driven by strong NW winds. wind chills will be 10 to 20 below zero tonight!!
Good morning folks!! Oh my!! I know yesterday was cold and nasty with snow, wind and ice… This morning we don’t have the snow and ice but we still have the cold!! At the early hour I’m writing this we are nearly 40 degrees colder than we were at this time (5AM) yesterday!!
The wicked wind chills are still with us this morning but we’ve got a great turn around by this afternoon! Wichita let’s back to the freezing point!! Join us on Kansas Today!! Lots to chat about!!! 😃 https://t.co/0Vdcbv0gl9
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