Strong cold front moving through south-central Kansas – Butler County Times-Gazette

As we take advantage of the last day of January with beautiful temperatures, on Tuesday February 21, we will see a difference of 20 degrees.

There is still good news for Tuesday as the high will be in the upper 40s and there is a 40% chance of morning showers. After the rain, it should be cloudy in the afternoon.

However, even if Tuesday is your forecast for February, things will start to go wrong on Wednesday.

There will be another 20 degree difference as the high should be in the low 20s and the low will be in the single digits.

It doesn’t stop there for Wednesday as there’s a 70% chance of snow and there’s already a watch for a possible winter storm.

Snow will arrive during the morning hours and there will be windy conditions during the afternoon with light snow. Winds will blow NNE at 20-30 mph and could see 1-3 inches of snow.

Wednesday may have a lot of snow and wind, but Thursday will have the lowest temperatures.

There won’t be a 20 degree difference like we saw on Tuesday and Wednesday, but Thursday’s forecast could be in the upper teenage bracket and the low may dip below zero.

On Thursday there is a 25% chance of snow, but it could be a few showers. It will remain windy as the wind will come from the North at 15-25 mph.

Temperatures will start to rise just in time for the weekend, but it will take time. Friday will still be cold with a high in the mid-20s and a low in the single digits.

Saturday will heat up into the mid 30s, but the bottom will remain in the teen lows. On Sunday, the high will reach the mid 40s, then the low will be in the upper teens.

From now on, the next week will have highs between the 40s and 50s, but the lows will be anywhere in the 20s.

Greg Williams has been a reporter for the Wellington Daily News and the Butler County Times-Gazette since May 2021. You can reach him at [email protected] or on Twitter at @GregWilliams28.

Hope you enjoyed the last few days in the 50s and 60s as the forecast is set to undergo a major change from February.

As we take advantage of the last day of January with beautiful temperatures, on Tuesday February 21, we will see a difference of 20 degrees.

There is still good news for Tuesday as the high will be in the upper 40s and there is a 40% chance of morning showers. After the rain, it should be cloudy in the afternoon.

However, even if Tuesday is your forecast for February, things will start to go wrong on Wednesday.

There will be another 20 degree difference as the high should be in the low 20s and the low will be in the single digits.

It doesn’t stop there for Wednesday as there’s a 70% chance of snow and there’s already a watch for a possible winter storm.

Snow will fall during the morning hours and there will be windy conditions during the afternoon with light snow. Winds will blow NNE at 20-30 mph and could see 1-3 inches of snow.

Wednesday may have a lot of snow and wind, but Thursday will have the lowest temperatures.

There won’t be a 20 degree difference like we saw on Tuesday and Wednesday, but Thursday’s forecast could be in the upper teenage bracket and the low may dip below zero.

On Thursday there is a 25% chance of snow, but it could be a few showers. It will remain windy as the wind will come from the North at 15-25 mph.

Temperatures will start to rise just in time for the weekend, but it will take time. Friday will still be cold with a high in the mid-20s and a low in the single digits.

Saturday will heat up into the mid 30s, but the bottom will remain in the teen lows. On Sunday, the high will reach the mid 40s, then the low will be in the upper teens.

From now on, the next week will have highs between the 40s and 50s, but the lows will be anywhere in the 20s.

Greg Williams has been a reporter for the Wellington Daily News and the Butler County Times-Gazette since May 2021. You can reach him at [email protected] or on Twitter at @GregWilliams28.

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