Wind chills remain in the single digits overnight, but warmer weather arrives on New Year's Day.
New Year's Eve begins with sub-zero wind chills. Temperatures will climb into 2015.
Bitter, cold air will continue to flow into the region keeping wind chills near and below zero for the night.
Wind chills remain at or below zero for most of the day as north winds gust up to 20 miles per hour.
Tuesday's highs will only reach the teens but breezy winds will make it feel like below zero.
Temperatures top out in the mid to upper 30s on Monday before a blast of arctic air arrives to end 2014.
More clouds than sun will start the week with highs in the mid 30s.
We'll see few clouds Sunday with highs in the upper 30s.
A light rain/snow mix is possible Friday night while highs drop down into the low 30s for the weekend.
We'll have a chance for some patchy light rain mainly during the afternoon and heading into the evening.
A weak disturbance will move through the region Friday bringing a chance for rain during the day and a mix during the night.
NORAD is tracking Santa and so is KQ2. We'll see skies gradually clear tonight so you can be on the lookout for him.
Light snow and rain wrap up this morning. A few slick spots possible on the roads with temperatures around freezing, but big changes are coming for Christmas.
The region will see between a coating and an inch late Tuesday night through Wednesday morning.
Clouds fill in on Tuesday and rain chances return in the evening. Overnight temperatures drop below freezing bringing the chance for snow to the region.
Light rain will taper off Monday night but colder air will move in by Tuesday.
Rain moves in this morning and sticks around all day. Temperatures are unseasonably warm for the first full day of winter.
Rain moves into the area Monday as a cold front will be moving into northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri.
Temperatures will warm up into the middle 40s by Sunday and we will be close to 50 for a high on Monday.
The clouds will stay with us all weekend long but we will see a warm up headed our way.
Temperatures only reach the low to mid 30s on Friday before a weekend warm up.
After snowfall across the area we will start a warm up over the weekend.
Winter weather advisory in effect until noon.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for the area Thursday until noon.
Clouds increase today as highs top out in the low to mid 30s. Winter weather advisory goes into effect tonight as snow moves in.
A disturbance will make its way towards us giving us a chance for some snow Thursday.
Temperatures are back down in the upper 20s to start Tuesday, but gusty winds make it feel even colder.
After a mild weekend across the area we will start to see more December like temperatures.
Rain showers return this morning and continue into the afternoon. Temperatures quickly fall this evening.
We'll see our first round of rain tonight and then another round Monday morning/afternoon.
We'll have a chance for some light drizzle through the day with heavier rain arriving in the evening.
We saw the sun Friday afternoon but by Friday night we will be back into the clouds.
Cloudy skies continue into the weekend, but unseasonably warm weather returns.
Lots of clouds and mist continue to effect the area Thursday and Thursday night.
Clouds aren't going anywhere, but a warm up is coming.
We could see some more light drizzle around the area Thursday morning.
We'll see another cloudy, cool day with the chance for a light shower.
After lots of sunshine on Monday we are again stuck under cloud cover.
After a beautiful Monday, high temperatures drop into the mid to upper 30s.
After a cloudy and foggy weekend we finally saw some sunshine over the area.
Monday will be warmer with high temperatures nearing 50.
Clouds will clear out early Monday allowing more sun through the day.
Foggy conditions Saturday night will linger into the morning hours on Sunday.
A big warm up is expected next week as we get back into the 50s and 60s.
Showers and fog causing reduced visibility this morning. Rain wraps up by the afternoon.
After a dry November we will start off December with a large area of rain Friday morning.
Drizzle holds off this morning, but chances for rain increase tonight.
We will be watching our chances for some drizzle to develop Thursday morning around the area.
Partly sunny skies today with highs around 40, but wet weather returns to wrap up the week.
Clouds and a few flurries were around the area this morning. Sunshine returned and we ended up warming into the 40s.