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A cold front arrives in Kansas


WICHITA, Kansas (KWCH) – Meteorologist Jake Dunne says it’s an unusually balmy morning across Kansas with temperatures waking up in the 1940s and 1950s. However, a brisk southerly breeze makes it a few degrees cooler. .

Despite mostly cloudy skies, temperatures will peak in the lower-to-average 60s this afternoon, keeping us above average for the end of November. However, a cold front will end the heat wave and Thanksgiving will be much cooler with highs in the 40s.

No major travel issues are expected today or tomorrow, although it is possible that it will likely rain in southeastern Kansas this evening. In the Wichita area, roads can briefly become wet when a few showers pass through the city.

After a drier, cooler Thanksgiving, Black Friday and the weekend ahead will remain rainless with warmer temperatures in the 50s and 60s.


Today: Rather cloudy, windy and mild. Wind: S / NW 15-25; windy. High: 66.

Tonight: evening showers, then windy with a clear sky. Wind: N 15-30; windy. Low: 32.

Tomorrow: Become sunny and cooler. Wind: N 10-20. High: 47.

Fri: Low: 28. High: 62. Sunny and milder.

Sat: Low: 35. High: 64. Mainly sunny.

Sun: Low: 34. High: 59. Sunny, a little cooler.

Mon: Low: 38. High: 65. Sunny and mild.

Tue: Low: 39. High: 66. Mainly sunny, remains mild.

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