As northern Kansas continues to dig out from the Groundhog Day blizzard, we are turning our attention to a changing weather pattern. We are likely going to see some big swings in temperatures and a lot of wind, BUT the next 10-15 days will likely be free of any big storm systems.
One storm system will arrive Friday, but it doesn't produce much more than some clouds and a sprinkle or flurry.
Saturday is looking nice and quiet with sunshine and warming temperatures into the 40s and 50s (snow on the ground will make some areas of northern Kansas a little chillier)
Windy! Windy! Windy! A strong cold front will move through Sunday morning, and behind it, expect northwest winds to gust between 30 and 40 mph. And it's not just Sunday, but we will likely have windy weather all the way through Tuesday. You will also want to be prepared for some colder air to slide south at the start of next week. We will be on the western edge of the bitter cold, Arctic air for Monday/Tuesday, but it still looks like we may have 2 or 3 days with highs only in the 30s.
Notice all of the warm weather building up west of the Rockies! That mild weather will push back into Kansas during the second half of next week. So get ready for a wild ride in temperatures over the next 8-10 days.