This part of the country saw a nasty snow storm this weekend. The biggest blast came to Missouri, but eastern Kansas was in the news because of the AFC Divisional Round game played in Kansas City. What I’m saying is, its too bad this forecast didn’t come up last week.
At 1208AM, CT, Lawrence was reporting a temperature of 29 degrees with overcast skies and some light haze. This is a result of the recent snow, which is now evaporating, with temperatures hovering near freezing.
A sharp ridge angled from the central Plains towards British Columbia will ensure that the surface ridge will stay in place, at least for the next two days. Morning fog will be a concern again, thanks to the evaporation and the clear skies overnight, both tomorrow and Tuesday.
Tomorrow – Morning haze, High 41, Low 26
Tuesday – Fog in the morning, High 47, Low 27
TWC: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy skies, High 38, Low 25
Tuesday – Generally sunny despite a few afternoon clouds. High 46, Low 27
AW: Tomorrow – Clouds giving way to some sun High 38, Low 23
Tuesday – Areas of morning fog; otherwise, mostly sunny High 45, Low 27
NWS: Tomorrow – Patchy freezing fog before 8am, then patchy freezing fog after 5pm. Cloudy, High 35, Low 27
Tuesday – Patchy freezing fog before 10am. Mostly sunny High 43, Low 27
WB: Tomorrow – Cloudy, High 35, Low 24
Tuesday – Mostly sunny. Patchy freezing fog in the morning, High 42, Low 28
WN: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy with patchy freezing fog, High 35, Low 27
Tuesday – Partly cloudy with patchy freezing fog, High 43, Low 27
FIO: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy throughout the day. High 35, Low 25
Tuesday – Mostly cloudy throughout the day. High 39, Low 29
Foggy, dreary night in eastern Kansas. I think that means it will stay fairly warm overnight, and might help with the high temperatures tomorrow. I see some bust potential across the board. The overnight satellite shows quite a bit of the fresh snow coverage.