Hawila’s Heads-Up: Monday Outlook

Did you lose you hats today? Wind gusts in many locations pushed 40 MPH or better. The south breeze kept temperatures 15° warmer than average despite a rather overcast day. Highs this afternoon topped off in the middle 50s. Here’s a look at observations in the metro around 4 PM.


We’re tracking the development and eventual arrival of a few showers in central Kansas. Satellite and Radar shows the shower development lifting northeast this afternoon. While a few showers are expected, heavy, widespread rain is not. Scattered light showers will be possible this evening through very early Monday morning. Your Monday morning commute will be just fine, minus a few damp roads and an isolated shower before daybreak.


While it will be breezy Monday, it won’t be as bad as today. Winds will shift to a more northerly direction overnight and usher in cooler air for Monday. Gusts will be as high as 25 MPH Monday. High temperatures are only expected to top off in the lower 40s Monday afternoon. This is MUCH closer to average than we’re used to. The cooler air doesn’t last long! More warmth is on the way. Click here for your 7 day forecast. 



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