Persistent clouds with spotty flurries/drizzle; roads may be slick

There are some slick spots on the roads this morning, mainly on bridges and overpasses. Throughout the day, spotty drizzle or flurries may occur and this trend will continue through the Monday morning commute.

TODAY: Mostly cloudy, breezy and cold with spotty flurries/drizzle. High 38

Brisk winds and a blast of Arctic air drops wind chills to around zero today

Significantly colder outside today with wind chills ranging from -5 degrees to 5 degrees above zero. Winds may gust as high as 30 mph at times. Temperatures will struggle to reach around 20 this afternoon. Flurries are possible from time to time with best chances this morning.

TODAY: Breezy and much colder. Mostly cloudy some few flurries. Wind chills -5 degrees below zero to 5 degrees above zero. High 21

Much colder today as winds relax

What a difference a day makes! After reaching a new record high on Saturday of 67 degrees, today we will only be in the low 40s. Maximum wind gusts on Saturday reached 83 mph at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Today winds will subside rather quickly as high pressure builds into the area.

TODAY: Winds diminish, mix of clouds and sun, much colder. High 41

Wintry mix on the way to end the work week

Our next weather maker, rolling out of the Four Corners region of the United States, will bring mixed precipitation to KAKEland Friday into Saturday. This next system will be a fairly quick mover and as a result it is not expected to be a major event. Rain & Light Snow Possible Precipitation on Friday will start off very light and spotty in South Central Kansas and based on temperatures, it appears that rain will be the form for Wichita. During the late morning, mixed preci…


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