Wichita, Kansas 2021-09-28 20:53:21 –
Humidity is starting to rise a little as the wind blows from the southeast. Clouds continue to flow our way as the storm system from the southwest slowly progresses in our direction.
Today is the last visit of the 90’s in many communities before the clouds thicken and the rain returns to the region.
There could be one or two showers west tonight.
Few things drift the rest of the state overnight, as more clouds take over our display area.
Most Wednesdays dry until evening. Highs take a gentle turn in the 80’s.
On Wednesday evenings near sunset, things are starting to gel and you can see an increase in showers and thunderstorms.
The cold front is also tracked from the northwest. This makes a noticeable difference in temperature in western Kansas compared to the point heading east on Thursday morning.
Thursday morning looks like a damp commute to work for many of us. Highs fall in the 1960s and 1970s. By evening, this series of rains will travel northeast from Wichita, so you may want to take a break between the waves to kick off the Riverfest.
There will be new rain on Friday and moist rain will continue until the beginning of Saturday.
The model’s guidance is consistent with painting central Kansas where there is less rainfall to the west and the required rainfall is up to 1-2 inches. Weekend highs range from the 70s and overnight lows range from the 40s to the 1960s.
Earlier next week, fast-moving obstructions will create another chance of rain from Monday to Tuesday. Highs remain in the autumn state of mind in the highs of the 1960s and 1970s.
– Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman
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