Meteorologist Jake Dunne says today may be the first day of May, but it will feel more like June or July as temperatures climb into the 80s and 90s. In other words, we will be 15 to 20 degrees warmer than normal across Kansas this afternoon.
Meteorologist Jake Dunne says it is a chilly start to the day, but temperatures will eventually take-off before landing in the 70s and 80s this afternoon. The bonus will be a lighter breeze from the south, mostly under 20 mph.
Meteorologist Jake Dunne says it’s a cold and, in spots, a frosty Friday morning. While temperatures will remain below normal in eastern Kansas, western Kansas will witness a warm-up as highs climb into the 60s and 70s.
Meteorologist Jake Dunne says a frontal boundary is dividing the state in half. To the north, it’s noticeably cooler while areas farther south are warmer, and we’ll see that situation last through the day. Near the Nebraska border, highs will be the 50s while 80 degrees is possible along the Oklahoma state line.
Some insurance companies are changing coverage for Kansas homeowners. Dylan Hartnett, agency owner of American Family Insurance says claims made from wind and hail damage may be under a separate deductible.
Meteorologist Jake Dunne says it’s a clear, but very cold start to our Friday. Wake-up temperatures in the teens feel like the single digits, but they will eventually climb into the 40s on Friday afternoon under bright blue skies.
Meteorologist Jake Dunne says our snowstorm is on the way out, and sunshine returns later today. However, this morning roads are snow-packed and slippery and extra travel time is needed to arrive safely at your destination.
Meteorologist Jake Dunne says clouds and flurries can be found across Kansas this morning, but nothing that is impacting travel. Wake-up temperatures in the 20s will climb into the 40s as the clouds slowly break-up this afternoon.
Meteorologist Jake Dunne says the weather worry this morning is dense fog making driving difficult. The fog will fade away by midday, but the clouds aren’t going anywhere and that will keep temperatures colder than normal, mostly in the lower 40s.