We’re tracking even warmer weather today. High temperatures will soar into the middle 70s under smoky sun-filled skies. Yesterday’s haze will still be around from area brush fires – making for fiery sunset hues this evening. Winds will be light, once again. Only expect south winds between 5 and 10 mph today.
The threat for frost is over now, too. In fact, low temperatures will be in the 40s and 50s for the next 7-10 days…at least. High temperatures will continue to rise as we inch closer to the weekend. Expect highs flirting with 80° by tomorrow. Clouds will build back into Northeast Kansas over the weekend, though. We’re still tracking a soggy rain-maker for early next week.
Speaking of – rain chances return to the forecast as early as Sunday evening. However, this weather-maker will be a slow-mover. MOST of the moisture will hold off until Monday and will continue to move through our neck of the woods on Tuesday. We’ll enter another prolonged stretch of tranquil weather by the middle of next week – drying things out and clearing things out. We are NOT tracking any threat for severe weather. However, locally heavy rain is possible early next week. Stay tuned.
Have a great day!
– KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert