It has been a chilly day — and some of the coldest temperatures we have faced since May. The clouds are finally breaking up which isn’t good news. Cloud cover works as a thermal blanket to keep our temperatures warm. Overnight, once the clouds go and the winds lighten up, that’s when temperatures are sure to take a tumble.
Freeze Warnings and Frost Advisories have been posted for the majority of Kansas overnight and through Wednesday morning.
If you have any plants or flowers you want to protect, don’t forget to bring them in before bed. Tonight’s temps will bring the growing season to an end especially over northern Kansas where temperatures will be the coldest.
We won’t stay chilly for too much longer. Warmer winds arrive as early as tomorrow. I’ll show you the trend on KSN News at 5, 6 and 10, plus a look at our weekend chance for rain. – Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman