Weekend storm passes south

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Chief Meteorologist Ross Janssen says that a weekend storm will spread a bunch of clouds across Kansas, but chances for snow will mainly setup for areas south of the Kansas/Oklahoma state line.

Partly cloudy skies will take us into Friday morning with lows in the teens and 20s. The winds will die down and they won't be very strong on Friday. Highs will be in the mid to upper 30s with increasing clouds later in the day.

Friday night will see road conditions deteriorating across western Oklahoma and Texas. Kansas will have a bunch of clouds, but should remain dry.

Saturday brings a chance for some flurries over southern Kansas, but the accumulations will be farther south. Some areas could pick up 3-6 inches of snow, but once again, Kansas won't see that much.

It's back to sunshine and warming temperatures at the beginning of next week.

Tonight: Partly cloudy. Wind: NE 5-10. Low: 22.

Tomorrow: Becoming mostly cloudy. Wind: E 5-10. High: 39.

Tomorrow night: Cloudy. Wind: E/NE 5-15. Low: 26.

Sat: High: 38 Mainly cloudy with a few flurries.
Sun: High: 45 Low: 23 Mostly sunny.
Mon: High: 49 Low: 24 Sunny.
Tue: High: 55 Low: 32 Sunny to mostly sunny and windy.
Wed: High: 49 Low: 38 Turning cloudy; a few sprinkles or showers; windy.
Thu: High: 48 Low: 35 Mostly cloudy and breezy.