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The next solid shot at rain will come Sunday night and will last until Monday evening after a moderating and warming weekend. Showers and even a few thunderstorms over mainly north central Kansas will develop and move into the region late Sunday and especially Sunday evening. The rain could become steady and last for several hours, providing much-needed precipitation to parts of the area. Where that occurs has yet to be determined. As cold air wraps into the system, it is possible that the rain could change to snow late Sunday night into Monday morning for areas near the tri-cities and to the west and north. Monday is expected to be rainy, windy, and chilly, but any precipitation will become all rain for Monday afternoon before some light snow could again appear Monday evening. Areas south and east of the tri-cities may see some brief snow Monday night as precipitation tapers, but snow amounts are expected to be rather meager in these areas. Please monitor future forecasts from the National Weather Service as more details will come into focus over the next couple days.
Expect decreasing cloudiness today as clouds clear from southwest to northeast, becoming mostly sunny for most location by afternoon. Wind will decrease during the day, starting at near 10 mph from the northwest this morning and becoming light by this afternoon. Highs will range from the mid 40s north of the tri-cities to near 60 for parts of north central Kansas.