If you liked Tuesday's weather, you'll like today -- cloudy skies and warm temperatures are on tap again today, says Tim Reith, 6News meteorologist.
"It's the same story as yesterday. All in all, it looks like a pretty nice day," Reith said.
Winter weather information
At 7:30 a.m., the temperature was 66 degrees, the humidity was 93 percent, winds were calm and skies were misty and foggy at Lawrence's Municipal Airport. Reith said visibility was down to four miles at the airport. He said morning commuters should be wary of patchy dense fog in some low-lying areas this morning.
The morning's overcast skies should become clear by the noon hour, he said.
"We should see a fair amount of sunshine during the middle of the day. The clouds will redevelop in the afternoon," Reith said. "I don't think we're going to see any precipitation out of this, especially in this afternoon."
Today's high will reach 88 degrees, with south winds 8 to 12 mph.
Overnight, a frontal boundary moving in could trigger some thunderstorms early Thursday morning in Douglas and Leavenworth counties, Reith said.
Thursday's morning low temperature will fall to 66 degrees. Thursday's high will reach 88 by the afternoon, with south-southwest winds at 5 to 10 mph.
Friday's morning low will start at 65 degrees and climb to a high of 89 by Friday afternoon, with partly cloudy skies.