More heat and sunshine are on the way for our final weekend of June, or at least to start it off.
The high pressure system that parked itself to the west of Kansas has been in control of most of our weather over the past few weeks. This has pushed a lot of moisture from entering into the regi...
The warming trend that has brought summer weather is nearing it’s end. We will have one last day with temperatures in the 90s. Highs will range from low to upper 90s. The warmest of these will ...
High pressure situated to our west is keeping us hotter as we progress closer to our final weekend of the month.
Temperatures this afternoon will be in the low to mid 90s with sunny skies. This warm but windy summer-like weather will stick around through a very similar set up tomorrow.
Widespread 90s make a return Friday but then a big push of cooler air brings a fall-feel back to the area.
While warmer temperatures keep flirting with our region, it will soon turn colder and sweater weather will be upon us. Warm days and cool nights will help to bring about a changing of the leaves.
It was another warm and dry day today. Skies will stay clear overnight and temperatures will dip to the 50s.
The dry and warming trend continues today. Highs will be in the 80s and 90s with mostly clear skies. A disturbance moving through the state is turning winds around from southerly to northerly.
We'll start to warm back up into the weekend as summer still shows some life.
We have a wind shift that will take place Thursday, switching the winds from the south to the north briefly. We are not expecting any moisture with this boundary as temperatures turn up to the 80...
Early afternoon skies are partly to mostly cloudy. Clouds will become sparse later this afternoon. Highs will warm the the 70s where skies are cloudier, but upper 80s out west where this is more ...
There will be a general clearing from west to east but more sun will warm us up above average late in the work week.
Tropical Storm Beta is now a depression and it will hug the Texas coastline through tonight. Moisture is streaming in our direction, hence the clouds and some showers.
Tropical moisture brings more clouds to South Central Kansas while everyone else stays sunny and warm.
For the last several days, we have had a layer of haze/smoke suspended overhead. Due to a tropical system to our south ushering in moisture our way, we should see some improvements in our air qua...
Skies stay hazy to start the work week. There will be a few rain chances this week but they'll be slim.
We have several features right now we are tracking from a strong high pressure system parked to our west which is enhancing that wind-driven smoke through tomorrow.
High pressure has been in control in the upper-levels of the atmosphere, keeping us quiet but also ushering smoke our way.
High pressure is in control which has kept us pleasant and comfortable today but we will have to deal with more haze.
High pressure is in control which will keep us pleasant and comfortable today but we will have to deal with more haze.
Our Friday has been pleasant across the region thanks to high pressure holding strong. Comfortable conditions are in place as well as seasonable temperatures.
Despite mostly clear skies, the sunshine will be very muffled today. Smoke that is sitting over Kansas is creating a hazy view this afternoon. Other than that, our weather is quiet.
Temperatures last week warmed to 100 in Goodland before dropping to 32 just a few days later behind a cold front. Drastic changes like these are not uncommon in Kansas, but these big temperature ...
There won't be much change to our conditions over the weekend. Skies stay dry with a lingering haze and warm temps.
Butterfly watchers have been glued to their flowerbeds this week. The fall Monarch Migration has begun and countless butterflies are fluttering their way through the Sunflower State.
High pressure will dominate our weather pattern as we head into the final day of the workweek with comfortable conditions in store.
As that flow around an area of high pressure continues, so does our smoky trend.
The haze from fires out west isn't going anywhere. But at least highs will be nice for this time of year.
With the dry conditions in the Western United States, fires continue to burn uncontrollably throughout our neighbors in Colorado and beyond. That smoke is moving through our region making our air...
A cold front has been on the move today and it has brought some clouds and a few sprinkles.
A cold front is on the move and behind that cooler and more refreshing air will take over the region.
A cold front comes through dry today and it won't cool us down much so quiet, warm conditions continue.
Over the next 24 hours, a cold front will make a move on our region. It will come through with little fanfare when it comes to changing temperatures and moisture. You will notice an increase in h...
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Highs today will be in the low 80s out east but mid to upper 80s in the west. A 90 degree or two could even pop up in Nebraska.
Cooler weather fans will have to wait as this warmer stretch persists this week.
We are stuck in the quiet and comfortable pattern again today. High pressure out west is contributing to the clear skies this morning and sunny skies this afternoon.
High pressure has taken control of the Central High Plains and this will keep us pleasant as we head into the third week of the month.
Highs this afternoon will be back to the low 80s with lots of sunshine.
Saturday has been gorgeous for the time of the year with loads of sunshine and highs in the 80s across the Sunflower State.
Our day began with a thick layer of fog across the KSN Viewing Area and this can create travel headaches and just put a damper on your day.
Saturday is looking gorgeous for the time of the year with loads of sunshine and seasonable conditions across the Sunflower State
This unsettled pattern that we have been dealing with is continuing through our Friday but the good news is we will start to brighten up and dry out as we head into the weekend
We are leaving those 100 degrees behind, but not quite ready for freezing temps just yet.
Showers are approaching the Oklahoma/Kansas state line this morning and will bring rain through most of central Kansas and some of our western counties through the morning.
Earlier this week, we were blasted with a serious chill. Cold enough that many records were broken throughout Kansas day after day. Overnight lows crashed. Even breaking a record that dates back ...
Fall weather fanatics have been able to enjoy a stretch of unseasonably cool weather but soon the pendulum will swing the warmer way heading into the weekend.