Dense fog develops again tonight in southwest Kansas as warmer air will be advancing toward Kansas. We could see some areas of light freezing drizzle develop over central and northern Kansas late in the night, but ice accumulation is not expected, but there could still be some very slick roads in those areas. Temperatures across southern Kansas are expected to remain above freezing.
As a strong storm system kicks out of the west, expect a warmer day Sunday with a chance for isolated strong thunderstorms over southcentral and southeast Kansas. A few of the storms may contain hail up to quarter size and heavy rainfall. Strong southwest winds are expected in southwest Kansas, leading to high fire danger in that area.
As the storm rotates through the area Sunday night, a light wintry mix of some rain and snow is possible in central and southern Kansas, but no snow accumulation is expected.