Meteorologist Mark Larson we'll be living on the backside of another, rare, June cold front Wednesday making it another breezy, cool day across Kansas.
Look for a mix of sun and clouds Wednesday afternoon with gusty northerly winds, a few spotty sprinkles/showers across eastern Kansas, and cooler highs in the low to mid 70s. The stiff northwest breeze should back-off near sunset.
Temps will drop into the 40s over most of our area Thursday morning.
Winds will shift back to the south tomorrow afternoon but highs will stay in the 70s under a mostly sunny sky to partly cloudy sky. A few spotty showers could pop-up over the southwest corner of Kansas later in the day.
We'll see better bets to get wet, for larger portions of our state, show up Friday night, with more stormy weather, including the possibility of severe storms, expected through Father's Day weekend and even into early next week.
High temps will soar back up into the low to mid 80s by week's end and stay there into early next week.