Any snow flurries that dotted the air in the Wichita area early Wednesday morning are likely to be a memory by mid-morning, forecasters say, with skies clearing and the temperature climbing to the upper 30s.
Winds will be light and variable, staying in single digits. Overnight lows will dip to the low 20s under clear skies, with light winds switching from the south to the north as dawn nears.
Thursday should see clouds moving in, forecasters say, with highs in the low 40s. North winds will intensify, blowing steadily in the teens and gusting to more than 25 miles an hour.
A chance of freezing drizzle arrives after midnight, forecasters say, and will persist through Friday morning. Any precipitation in the Wichita area is expected to transition to rain by Friday afternoon, when highs peak in the upper 30s.
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