We’re tracking a much cooler start to the fresh work and school week, compared to Sunday’s highs in the 80s. However, high temperatures (in the middle/upper 60s) will still be above average today. For some context, highs should be around 63° for this time of the year. Expect sun-filled skies on a lovely, noticeably less breezy day. Ironically, the rest of the week will be fairly breezy…again.
We’re also tracking showers and storms returning to the forecast, sooner rather than later. At this point, it looks like a line of showers and storms will slice through Northeast Kansas as early as tomorrow evening. Severe weather is not likely, but locally heavy rain is expected. A couple showers/storms could spill over into early Wednesday morning. Otherwise, we’re tracking drier and cooler weather the rest of the week. Bountiful blue skies will prevail into the weekend. In fact, save for the quick-moving rain chances late Tuesday/early Wednesday, our next BEST chance for rain will hold off until early NEXT week. Stay tuned.
Low temperatures will be relatively cool through this stretch of fairly tranquil spring weather. Lows will teeter between the 30s and 40s through this stretch. Highs will eventually warm back up into the middle and upper 70s by Sunday. However, expect daytime temperatures in the 50s and 60s this week.
Have a great day!
– KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert