With the winter storm warning and all its snow in the past, Lawrence now must endure frigid temperatures, with wind-chill values falling as low as negative 19 degrees on Monday.
Lawrence road crews worked all night to clean up after one of the worst snowstorms in the history of the city. The city announced this morning that all residential streets have been plowed, after crews spent much of Wednesday focusing on clearing major thoroughfares. By Giles Bruce
Cleanup continues after Lawrence hit with historic snowfall; several school districts close Thursday
Lawrence continues to dig out of the snow, a day after one of the worst winter storms in city's history. By Giles Bruce
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Morning gusts send windchills into the 20s
You might want to grab a coat on the way out this morning, says Sara Jones, 6News meteorologist. "The only weather element you're going to have to battle today is cooler weather," Jones said. "It's very chilly."
Cold front bringing chance for sprinkles this afternoon
If you think this morning is cool and drizzly, just wait until this afternoon - temperatures will fall all day into the 40s, with blustery winds and the chance for some sprinkles.
Chance for rain as colder temperatures move in Wednesday
A foggy, damp and cloudy morning is in store for Lawrence. But warm temperatures in the 70s and a little sunshine are moving in this afternoon, says Jennifer Schack, 6News meteorologist.
Most rain staying to south and east
Misty windshields greeted early risers in Lawrence today. "We do have a slight chance for a morning shower, but our chances are dropping off," said Jennifer Schack, 6News meteorologist.
Warm-up to take city to 60 degrees today
Pull out your coat, gloves and scarves this morning - Lawrence has set a new low temperature record for this date. "We are down at 22 degrees this morning and it feels like, with the wind chill factored in, 17 degrees," said Jennifer Schack, 6News meteorologist.
First frost of season expected Friday morning
No, this morning's temperature didn't dip below the 32-degrees freezing point in Lawrence, said Jennifer Schack, 6News meteorologist. "It is still a cold start," Schack said. "With the wind chill factored in, it's below freezing."
Showers and isolated storms are possible early, with the afternoon bringing storms back to the region. Look for a muggy high around 80 degrees with a strong south wind between 10 and 20 miles per hour with gusts near 25. ...
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Today's forecast: A mild day today, with a few high clouds. Expect highs in the lower-50's. Remember, these temperatures are over 10-degrees above normal! Still above normal tonight, with fog and drizzle. Expect lows in the middle-30's. Much colder weather ...
Today's weather forecast: Sunny and unseasonably mild today, highs in the middle-50's. Still mildtonight, lows in the lower-30's. Today's headlines: Amtrak and the Kansas Department of Transportation are looking into adding Lawrence and other Kansas communities to a line that ...
We could have our first accumulating snow tomorrow, but it should only be 1 to 2 inches at most with such warm ground temps. We'll have a high today in the lower to middle 50s and a gusty south wind. ...
Your morning forecast: Highs today will reach the mid to upper 50s under sunny skies. Overnight lows in the upper 20s. For Thanksgiving, highs in the lower 50s with partly cloudy skies. Cooler for Friday with highs in the upper ...
Clouds and a north to northwest breeze between 5-10 mph will hold our afternoon high to 46 degrees. Some clearing is expected for the afternoon and evening. Bundle up if you are heading out tonight as the low drops down ...
After a chilly start to the day, our afternoon high will top well below our average. Expect a daytime high of 63 degrees under mostly sunny skies and a light north breeze between 5-10 mph. Clear skies will allow the ...
Temperatures will remain slightly above average for the first day of fall. Expect the high to top out around 83 degrees with a breezy southeast wind between 5-15 mph with gusts near 20. A few more clouds will be scattered ...
Another mild afternoon is ahead of us with temperatures topping out at 82 degrees under mostly sunny skies. Our wind will remain out of the southeast for most of the afternoon between 5-10 mph. Look for mainly clear skies again ...
Expect a picture perfect day to start your work week. Monday will bring lots of sunshine and a high of 68 degrees with an overnight low of 40.
An overall pleasant day is expected for Thursday, with sunny skies as we head into the afternoon. Today's high is well below average at 75 degrees.
Morning clouds and rain may hold down the temperatures for Wednesday. Sunshine later in the day will bring the high to around 85 degrees.
After an overnight rain, there is another chance for showers Tuesday afternoon. Today's high is 86 degrees.
Expect a pleasant, warm day with the humidity climbing as the day progresses. Monday's high is 88 degrees.
Prepare for a warm and windy Labor Day. Wind gusts could reach 40-45 mph. Most of the area will remain dry with a chance of isolated storms in the afternoon. Monday's high is 92 degrees.
Look for a hot and humid Monday with a high of 93 degrees in Lawrence and 10- to 20-mph wind out of the south.
Southeast winds Monday will keep it humid with a high of 93 degrees.
There is a chance of scattered storms for Wednesday. Expect mostly cloudy skies and a high of 84 degrees.
Expect storms to move across northeast Kansas Monday morning with dry conditions returning by the afternoon. Temperatures will reach the low- to mid-90's.