Sunshine and a warm afternoon are expected today followed by severe thunderstorms into the evening and overnight hours. Hail, wind, and tornadoes are all possible. Stay with 13 News well keep you safe and informed.
Enjoy the weekend because Tuesday will begin a stretch of the coldest temperatures this season. A cold front will sweep through the region Monday with a mix of sun and clouds and highs ranging anywhere from the mid-upper 40s along the Nebraska/Kansas to near 60 south of I-70. It will also be breezy on Veterans Day with gusts up to 30 mph. As far as precipitation goes there are indications of a light rain shower during the day but I really think if any precipitation is present it will be gone by the time the cold air arrives although still can't rule out a few flurries Monday night. After a few morning clouds we'll see lots of sunshine by Tuesday afternoon but won't help temperatures as highs will struggle to reach 40°. Tuesday night will be the coldest of the season with lows around 20°. Luckily winds will be nearly calm but any breeze even at 5 mph would put wind chills in the low-mid teens. For the rest of the week there is a slight chance of rain Thursday and also next Saturday but all 3 chances of precipitation throughout the next 8 day won't amount to much. Highs will slowly warm up to around 50° by the end of the week.
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