Monday will be mild, but the clouds will increase. For the vast majority of Northeast Kansas though, temperatures will be stuck in the 30s throughout the day today.
Temperatures are expected to edge back upward over the next couple of days, reaching a high of 48 degrees on Wednesday and in the mid 50s on Thursday and Friday. Below is the computer model output for early Monday morning.
Initially, the air is cold enough for a period of freezing rain and snow in much of central and northern New England. Initially our temperatures will start in the upper 30s, but will be falling throughout the day. By late evening, we will begin seeing 20s on the map.
Up to 1.5 inches of rain could fall in some parts of the state. A few snow flurries will be possible.
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The other concern for today will be the high winds. The low temperature in Columbia was -1° that day. Winds will also be breezy with this next front, gusting up to 25mph. Area roads may be wet at times not only due to rain but due to melting snow.
Sunday Night will be mostly clear with a little patchy fog possible overnight. The first in a tandem of low pressure systems will roll in from Chicago, making its way northeastward across the Mitten into Tuesday morning.
A cloudy, cold morning Tuesday will give way to sunshine and seasonable afternoon highs in the low to mid 40s. The next chance of rain looks to hold off until Friday.