Much colder air is spreading south across much of the central and northern US, but Kansas will be on the edge of the coldest air.
Overnight temperatures will dip down into the teens for many locations with some single digit lows near the Nebraska state line. North winds will be under 20 mph with mostly clear skies.
Martin Luther King Day will see a mostly sunny sky around the area with colder temperatures in central and eastern Kansas. Highs will reach the mid 30s for the afternoon. Western Kansas should expect highs in the mid 40s with a south wind for the afternoon.
Tuesday still looks rather chilly with highs in the 30s and low 40s statewide.
Milder air should return, for at least one day, on Wednesday.
Wichita Area Forecast:
Tonight: Mostly clear and much colder. Wind: N 5-15. Low: 18.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Mostly sunny and colder. Wind: N/S 5-15. High: 38.
Tomorrow night: Mostly clear and cold. Wind: SE/E 5-15. Low: 15.
Tue: High: 37 Mostly sunny.
Wed: High: 54 Low: 22 Sunny and warmer.
Thu: High: 49 Low: 33 Mostly sunny and windy.
Fri: High: 40 Low: 18 Mostly sunny and breezy.
Sat: High: 49 Low: 19 Becoming mostly sunny and breezy.
Sun: High: 55 Low: 26 Increasing clouds and breezy.
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