Friday afternoon look for decreasing clouds and winds along with rather cool highs in the lower to middle 60s. Gusty northerly winds should back-off by around 5 p.m. if not before.
Saturday morning will dawn bright and brisk with chilly morning temps in the 30s and to near 40 degrees under an area of high pressure which will be centered over south-central Kansas by morning. Patchy frost will be possible in low-lying and sheltered areas. Saturday afternoon will bring a mix of sun and clouds and warmer temperatures when highs climb back into the low to mid-70s.
The Warming trend that begins Saturday will continue through most of next week as highs soar into the 80s by Tuesday and stay there until at least Thursday. Right now, most of next week appears to be rain and storm free however gusty winds will return to our area Tuesday and Wednesday.
Our next storm chance will arrive late Thursday night.