A cold front will move through Wednesday evening and we are finally going to get back to near normal for the rest of the week. Normal highs are in the mid 40s and we will be moving closer to that in the coming days. It's not necessarily bitter cold though. Look at the temperatures back across the northern Plains and up into southern Canada. Readings are in the 30s and 40s. So we will cool down for the end of the week and into the weekend, but it's not the Arctic air that we had earlier this month.
|Saturday storm on the way to Kansas|
The weekend storm that is on the way looks to spread a rain/snow mix around Kansas. It will likely start out as a wintry mix late Friday night, and then change to some light rain Saturday afternoon. Once the colder air gets involved Saturday night, we will see a changeover to all snow. Accumulations between 1-3 inches look possible across much of central and northern Kansas heading into Saturday night. Not a major storm, but travel could be compromised for several hours into Sunday morning. It's been awhile since we've had snow, but it's still winter and after all of the 70s, this will be quite a change for us.