A return of southerly winds will allow for some moderation in temperatures Sunday as highs climb into the lower and middle 20s, but clouds will be on the increase as an approaching clipper system brings a threat of an accumulating snowfall.
Temperatures will remain below freezing throughout the workweek, so the 5"-8" of snow that the Valley received during Friday's storm will not be going anywhere anytime soon.
EXTENDED: Early on Monday morning, we will see a chance of snow for most of our viewing area with a cold front pushing through.
Another arctic blast behind the snow. "Snow totals by Noon on Monday will generally range from a Trace to 0.50" for Wichita just a dusting, with 1-2" amounts possible across northern and central Kansas. Still, it's all relative, and we're looking at overnight lows in the mid-teens downtown, with our more rural suburbs sinking to the single digits.
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Snow showers will be mostly light but will bring wet road conditions and possible slick spots for the Monday morning commute.
Snow whips through the area but the cold is not in as big a hurry to leave. Monday night we will bottom out around zero degrees, with wind chills from 10 to 20 degrees below zero. Wind chills will also be a concern making it feel evening colder. Temperatures will be coldest Tuesday morning with subzero readings widespread. Mostly sunny and cold, with a high near 11. Temperatures struggle through the teens into the low 20s during the morning hours, with afternoon highs in the upper 20s to near 30.
Sunday: An 80% chance of rain and snow from about noon through early afternoon, then light snow. Wind: N 15-25; gusty. That is warm enough for rain showers to start with snow to follow.