Wichita, Kansas — A stormy, unsettled pattern is returning to Kansas the next several days as a warm and windy Saturday gives way to a chance of severe storms in places on Sunday. The best chance for severe weather on Sunday will be in the southcentral part of the state, including Wichita.
Chances of non-severe thunderstorms will continue off and on statewide through Tuesday with temperatures gradually cooling each day. By Wednesday, the chances of showers and rumbles of thunder will continue south and central while another chance of snow mixes in in the northwest where high temperatures will only be in the 30s.
Quieter weather returns on Thursday, but so does the cooler air as highs only top out in the 40s and 50s. Another cool day is in store for Friday before slightly milder weather returns for Saturday. In addition, another frost and/or freeze is in store for the entire state by the end of next week with lows ranging from the mid-20s to around 30, so farmers, gardeners and orchard owners beware.
If you have outdoor plans in the coming days, you will want to check back here often for the latest, updated forecast.