We are now on the northern edge of a winter storm system which means that heavy showers have moved out, and our wintry mix has become much more broken. We could still see some spotty showers mixed with freezing rain and sleet Friday night so continue to use caution on the roads. Low temperatures will drop down into the upper 20s.
A Freezing Rain Advisory remains in effect for southern portions of the KQ2 viewing area until 6 am Saturday. Brown County (KS) remains under a Winter Weather Advisory until 6 am Saturday as well.
Plenty of clouds will stick around Saturday with some moisture moving through the area. We could see some light showers during the day. High temperatures will get above freezing so any precipitation we see will likely fall in the form of rain.
By Sunday, highs will reach the 40s with another chance for rain during the day but a likelihood will move in Sunday night and Monday.
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