Hello Weather Watchers-

A quick moving system will move West to East across Kansas early Sunday morning….

Here is the forecast position of the precipitation area at 7AM tomorrow

This is the HiRes HRRR Model

GFS Model:

After this moved out return flow sets up across the area bring with it Warm Temps and STRONG SOUTH WINDS Wed-Fri…Switching to Northwesterly Friday night/Saturday as a STRONG SYSTEM moves East across the Northern Plains. A SEVERE WEATHER EVENT looks possible Friday afternoon/evening over Western MO, Eastern OK and TX. The Cold side of this storms will have the potential for Blizzard conditions over the Dakota’s :

As we have seen many times – with these systems that intensify to our North – we get dry-slotted. Dry air enters the systems from the Southwest-

Please keep us posted on what precipitation occurs in your area Sunday morning…. Roadways COULD BE SLICK….

*Several Low temperatures RECORDS were set early this morning across Central KS.

**Wichita reported the MOST SNOW in 2 years with .8 – yes that’s 8/10ths of an inch of snow.

Weather Watchers