After a stretch of mostly sunny skies throughout the past week, grey skies will once again roll into northeast Kansas. At least not until Tuesday. We’ll be greeted by mostly sunny skies again tomorrow, to go along with temperatures near 80°.
However, our next weather maker is brewing in the west right now, but it will bring forth increasing chances for stormy weather on Tuesday. The timing will continue to be adjusted and pinpointed leading up to Tuesday, but it looks like raindrops could begin falling early in the day on Tuesday.
The best chance for stronger showers and storms will hold off until Tuesday afternoon into the evening hours. Some of these storms could be on the stronger side as model guidance continues to suggest the environment being primed enough for some severe thunderstorms to possibly develop. The majority of area is already under a slight risk for the possibility of severe thunderstorms for Tuesday, with some of our southwestern counties under a heightened enhanced risk.
The more widespread rain looks to exit the area on Wednesday, with another round of showers and storms possible for Thursday.