If you're stuck inside most of the day you'll have a chance to enjoy the nice weather later This evening we'll dip into the 60s no earlier than 9pm.
The Rohtang Pass (13,050 ft) which was closed again on April 8 due to fresh snowfall has been reopened for vehicular traffic from today, official sources said. The cloud cover, humidity, and temperature all rose as expected this afternoon and will continue to do so through the night and into tomorrow. Then it warms up and we gear up for another storm system - probably not as powerful as this one - in another 3-4 days.
This is published unedited from the PTI feed.
Zero visibility is possible with thick fog expected to develop across the region Sunday morning. A second wave of snow will likely drop several more inches from Saturday afternoon through Sunday. Low temperatures will likely be in the upper 30s to low 40s.
The strongest storms should roll in after 12AM.lingering through around 7AM as the cold front crosses.
Staff reviewed the latest reports from the National Weather Service Forecast Office and made the decision because there is an increased chance of heavy rain, flooding, hail and tornadoes. As the snow falls, wind gusts over 50 miles per hour will create blizzard conditions across Northwest Kansas. A few thunderstorms possible, too.
Cloudy skies usher in the new week on Monday, with morning rain and a few showers in the afternoon. After all is said and done, a general 1 to 2 inches of rain will have fallen with some locally higher amounts.
DILLON: Low: 28, High: 50. Precip winds down Monday evening with drier weather Tuesday. The winds will lighten up as Saturday rolls along and we'll see temperatures roughly 5 degrees warmer than we saw Friday. Another weak cold front will move through Thursday bringing a chance for some showers and also dropping temperatures back a bit later next week.