Skies will clear Wednesday with temperatures holding steady most of the day in the low to mid 60s.
The record high temperatures for December 1 are in the low to mid 70s, so we're not quite in record territory.
In the West, Freeze Warnings were in effect early Wednesday in parts of the Desert Southwest, although temperatures remained above 32° in key winter agricultural areas such as the lower Colorado Valley.
Micah Harris' Forecast: Much cooler air for the rest of the week
The big weather story is the two storm systems that may bring snow to northeast Kansas. Although the clouds may keep temperatures a few degrees warmer if there are no breaks, and the wind may not be as calm which could also keep temperatures a tad bit warmer. Unfortunately this weekend will be cool with rain likely, definitely not good for anything outdoors.
Tonight: Rain showers continue throughout the overnight. Saturday and Sunday's rains could be chilly as highs may struggle to 60 degrees. Friday night into early Saturday morning could see all snow, before changing back to a rain/snow mix on Saturday afternoon.
We finished up round one of our rain with some totals in the 1 to 2 inch range, which is certainly beneficial. Saturday will feature more consistent sunshine, whereas the sun will fade behind increasing clouds on Sunday. Highs are more seasonal in the middle 40s.