Meteorologist Mark Larson says after a frosty Friday morning, it'll warmer this afternoon than it was Thursday and the wind won't be so feisty.
The wind will back-down Friday and temperatures should bounce back up into the mid to upper 50s, where there's no snow on the ground, under a mostly sunny sky.
Temps will fallback into the 40s and 50s Saturday when another storm system moves into our area bringing chances for passing rain and snow showers to south-central and southeastern Kansas after sunset into early Sunday morning. No accumulating snow is expected and the roads should be fine early Sunday.
Look for decreasing clouds Sunday with highs climbing back up into the upper 50s and lower 60s.
Temps will soar back into the mid 70s early next week followed by another shot of much cooler air and more rain chances Wednesday.