Skies stay mostly clear tonight and low temperatures will be chilly, dropping to around 32 degrees.
We'll rebound back to the lower 70s with sunshine on Thursday before yet another cold front arrives late Friday.
However, the weekend is expected to be cold and wet with rain forecast from Thursday to Saturday. By Tuesday, we turn windy and more humid as rain begins to move into the region. Wind: NW 5-10. High: 72.
After wrapping up this near flawless weekend, we will be looking at a wet, gusty, and frigid week ahead as a cold front pushes through the state. Lows Monday night will dip into the 40s. Winds will be from the north at about 15 miles per hour. Freeze warnings and Frost Advisories ended at 9 A.M. for parts of western Kansas as temperatures dropped below freezing in the north and west.
Temperatures are expected to be at or near record highs the next several days, forecasters say. Overnight lows will fall into the mid 60s. Behind the front, temperatures will be much cooler with a more northwesterly wind bringing in cooler air. A cold front edges in over the weekend, which could bring showers after midnight Friday. Temperatures will reach 19 degrees on both Saturday and Sunday.