Jeff: Highs in the 80s on Friday, low 60s on Sunday

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Plenty of sunshine and a southerly flow of winds will help keep temperatures above average for Friday.

Temperatures won't climb much from early morning. The afternoon will feature a mix of sun and clouds with a high near 40.

Tonight: Mostly clear and cold. Southwesterly winds will be sustained between 5 and 15 miles per hour. We will not see any rain! It will deepen and strengthen as it does so and first drag a warm front across the area.

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The weekend brings some weather changes. The mainly sunny skies will return on Friday as temperatures rise into the low 50s. The strongest wind will arrive at night (gusts 40+ miles per hour could produce scattered power outages)... temperatures will rise toward daybreak Sunday. "Showers will drop about 1/2" overnight into Sunday morning. While actual temperatures will be falling into the low 20s, winds from the northwest will easily make it feel like the teens.

Winds gust to 50MPH heading into Sunday. There is a slight chance of freezing rain in valley locations on Monday morning. Breezes should gradually back down as we get into Sunday evening and Sunday night. Wind chill readings will dip into the teens. No travel weather concerns in Kansas and most of the US through the Thanksgiving and the holiday weekend. As of today models are running dry so holiday travel impacts are not likely.

Under clear skies Sunday night into Monday morning temperatures will plummet dropping into the mid to upper 30s.

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High pressure will briefly move into the region tonight. Expect highs to climb into the mid 50s on Tuesday, an nearly ten degree improvement from Monday.

Another quiet and nice day on tap. Among the "big three" models, the American model is dry, the Canadian model is mostly dry, and the European model is wetter. At least one forecast model shows the potential for showers on Wednesday, but the chances are still low.

After yesterday's severe weather rolled through the Commonwealth, much colder air will fill in behind it bringing along possible flurries as well.

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We start next week on a dry note Monday, but scattered showers are possible again Tuesday and Wednesday with highs primarily in the 60s.

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