WICHITA, Kansas — Off and on chances of showers, storms, drizzle and even some snow are in store for Kansas for the first half of the week with chilly temperatures to follow. Given the time of the year, it is not out of the question that a few of the showers and storms could require watches or warnings, especially southeast of the Kansas turnpike tonight and on Tuesday.
The chances of snow will be confined to the northwestern part of the state from Monday night through Wednesday, but no major accumulations are expected at this time.
After the rain and snow ends, Thursday and Friday are looking quite cool with highs mainly in the 30s and 40s and lows below freezing statewide. This could cause problems for farmers, ranchers, gardeners and orchard owners.
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