Up to 6″ of snow fell in far northwestern Kansas and southwestern Nebraska yesterday, while Wichita just saw flurries and a glaze of ice.
But most of that cleared up today due to the perfectly sunny skies, so roads have improved. The visible satellite shows clouds to the southeast, but snow still on the ground in the northwest.
These clear skies and light winds will make it turn cold overnight as we drop into the teens tomorrow morning.
But we will recover in the 40s by Monday afternoon with partly cloudy skies, however winds will be a bit of a nuisance picking back up out of the southeast.
These southerly winds will warm our temperatures nicely this week, though, as we soar into the 60s on Valentine’s Day!
I’ll let you know if we have any chances for moisture to go along with this warmth on KSN News at 5, or you can watch my latest forecast right here: http://ksn.com/2017/03/08/weather-forecast-discussion/
~Katie the Weather Lady