Most of northeast Kansas will not see any precipitation this week at all but Tuesday brings a slight chance of rain. The way it looks right now most of the rainfall will occur in extreme northeast Kansas meaning the closer you are to the Nebraska/Iowa/Missouri border the better chance you'll see rain. Some uncertainty still remains as to the track of the storm system. Right now it should remain in liquid form as rain but that will also be something that may change with a possibility of sleet or wet snowflakes if precipitation were to occur early Tuesday morning while temperatures would still be in the mid 30s. Snowfall accumulation would not be expected to occur if this scenario would play out.
One of the long term computer models is producing some light rain Saturday morning but at this time we should be dry with an increase in cloud cover possible.
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