Saturday’s Weather 10/28

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Saturday had temperatures varying across the state and it is all due to a warm front that has been crossing the area. It kept temperatures in the lower 50s in the west and barely making it out of the 30s in the east. In addition, to the passing warm front on Saturday, a mild cold front will be coming through tonight. This will enable lows in the 30s and a chance of light rain showers into Sunday morning. The winds will once again pick up on Sunday from the Northwest at 20-30 mph and gusts nearing 40 mph. Another round of precipitation will move through overnight on Sunday, little to no accumulation is expected. Breezy conditions will continue through Monday as temperatures will be in the 20s. The course of the week will have shots of cold air moving in and a few days with very light snow possible. By the end of the week, highs will be in the 30s and lows around 20 degrees. An average high temperatures is around 50 degrees and lows in the mid 20s. 


Tonight, late night rain showers possible as lows will be in the upper 30s and winds light from the west/northwest.

Sunday, highs in the 40s with very breezy conditions from the northwest at 20-30 mph and gusting near 40 mph. A few rain/snow showers are possible in the evening. 

Sunday night, light rain and snow showers, no accumulation, if any is expected. Winds breezy, at 15-25 mph and gusting near 35 mph from the northwest. Lows in the mid 20s.

Monday, a mostly cloudy sky then only a few clouds throughout the day. Winds northwest at 10-20 mph and gusts of 35 mph. Highs around freezing, or 32 degrees.

Monday night, increasing clouds throughout the day and winds light from the northwest then shifting southwest. Lows in the upper teens. 

 ~Heidi Werosta, KX Storm Team

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