What We’re Tracking
- More mild weather
- Another chance for precipitation – this time, on Monday
- Drying and becoming cooler, Tuesday
What to expect:
Some spots across Northeast Kansas may see some patchy drizzle setting up today. Temps will be above freezing all day – so it will fall in the liquid variety. However, I emphasize PATCHY. Not everyone will see the drizzle. The better rain (yes, rain) chance happens on Monday; scattered showers. Despite the precipitation and cloud cover – highs will still approach 50 degrees across the area.
We will dry things out and clear things out on Tuesday; we’ll squeak in some sunshine. Highs will ironically be cooler; around 40 degrees. Christmas Eve looks dry as well, with a bunch of sunshine. The rain/snow chance we’ve been tracking for Christmas Day is now trending northward. At this point it looks like it will be several hundred miles north of the viewing area. If I were a betting man, we won’t have a white Christmas this year. Stay tuned.
Have a great day!
- Kansas First News Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert