What We’re Tracking:
- Cloud cover increases into Tuesday
- Scattered showers and storms to follow
- Some cooler, less humid weather moving in later this week
We’re tracking showers and storms, as they are set to re-enter the forecast as soon as tomorrow. Some locally heavy rain is possible, but severe weather does NOT look likely. We’ll be tracking every single raindrop for you. This rain-maker will help break up this heat a little bit with the increase in cloud cover and falling rain. High temperatures will be stuck in the 80s tomorrow, under mostly cloudy skies. Some spots across Northeast Kansas might squeak in some sunshine, though. Low temperatures will see an improvement, too – as we track those back into the 60s for the next few nights.
Rain chances will continue into Wednesday as the rest of this system pushes through our neck of the woods. At this point, Thursday looks to be primarily dry under a mix of sunshine and clouds. Highs should stick in the 80s through the upcoming weekend. Scattered showers and storms will move back into the area by the weekend, though – as we already track our next weather-maker after midweek. We’re always watching and always tracking the weather so you can plan your life. You’re already in the right place for the latest weather information.
Have a great night!
– KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert