WICHITA, Kan. - Storm Team 12 meteorologist Merril Teller says get ready for a nice temperature rebound as wehead into the weekend. First we will have to deal with a couple of nights with readings downinto the low to mid 20s. The biggest temperature jump will be from Sunday to Monday.
Our weather alert day has expired but it will still be quite cold the rest of today and tonight. Warmer tomorrow but still on the cold side. Much warmer Thursday and Friday. Staying dry the next few days. https://t.co/xttVtIyRBU
The snow has moved away but wind and cold remain this afternoon. The winds will diminish tonight helping temperatures drop into the single digits. Wind chills Friday morning will mostly be in the single digits, some above zero and some below. #storm12https://t.co/OaLYStqWJv
A storm system will move across Kansas Saturday night and Sunday. Temperatures will be warm enough to keep things wet and not white. Rainfall amounts look to be on the light side. https://t.co/tmmfSz4v4h
Warmer weather is on the way for the latter part of the week into the weekend. There is a chance for some rain or even some light snow late Sunday and early Monday. No big snow accumulations are expected. https://t.co/UsQiAQGpl5
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