Temperatures Monday and Tuesday afternoon will climb well above normal, as southerly winds drive warm air northward, and into the central plains states. The record high at Topeka for Monday is 79 degrees (set back in 1942), and 78 degrees at Concordia (also set in 1942). A cold front will dive southward Tuesday. A cold airmass will overspread northeast Kansas through the day Wednesday. Temperatures will plummet. Highs Wednesday will struggle to hit the upper 30s. The best chance for precipitation will be along and in the wake of the front. Rain or a rain snow mix may fall Tuesday night, before changing over to all snow by early Wednesday afternoon.