The feel of fall is in the air. A cold front has moved through central and eastern Kansas bringing cloudy skies and breezy north winds.
According to the National Weather Service, clouds along with cold air moving south will keep temperatures cooler than in recent days. Some areas may see nearly steady temperatures, or have them gradually fall through the afternoon into the 60s.
The cool weather is forecast to stay over Kansas into the weekend with an even stronger surge of cold air anticipated for Friday. Highs on Friday will only be in the 50s.