What we’re tracking:
- Rain through the night
- More chances of showers and storms
- Mild temperatures stick around
The threat for severe weather continues to dwindle tonight, with pockets of moderate to heavy rainfall the concern through the night. Overnight lows are expected to drop off into the 40s for tonight.
Ponding on roadways through tomorrow morning is possible. Otherwise, showers and the chance for a couple non-severe thunderstorms stick around through the morning tomorrow. Rain chances taper off beyond noon as the storm system pushes off to east. Even as drier conditions move in from west to east through the day tomorrow, mostly cloudy conditions stick around. Tomorrow will be the cooler day of the weekend with highs only climbing into the 50s.
Mostly cloudy skies stick around Saturday night through the start of Sunday, but northeast Kansas will be dry. A mix of sun and clouds for Sunday afternoon goes along with highs in the 60s. The cloud cover moves right back in Sunday evening as our next chance for some showers and storms moves in late Sunday night, and last into the start of Monday.
Another storm system is expected to move in for Wednesday and Thursday. Even with these periodic chances of showers and storms, temperatures stay mild with 60s expected for the new week ahead.
-KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Christina Reis