A raw start to this Tuesday, don’t expect a big warm up either. Highs will only climb into the 30s and 40s with stiff north winds. A random shower or flurry is possible, although most of us will stay dry.
As far as winter weather, flurries and even light snow is possible across southwest Kansas tonight. Little to no accumulation is anticipated, this is not a big winter storm system. Just bank on staying in the winter coats as temperatures tumble back down below freezing. Winds do relax tonight.
Clouds finally clear out late tomorrow but it’ll stay rather chilly. We don’t really turn things around in the temperature department until the second half of the week.