The weekend started off on a quiet note, and will end that way. However, rain is looming on the horizon, with light showers inching closer and closer to northeast Kansas.
The mostly clear skies we saw earlier today have since been replaced by cloudy skies. More extensive cloud cover is working its way from west to east, and that’s ahead of our next weather maker.
Some of our western counties, such as Republic and Cloud, could see some spotty showers start to move in as early as midnight. Rain chances will become more widespread by sunrise tomorrow. Keeping the umbrella handy all day tomorrow may not be a bad idea as scattered showers are possible throughout the day on Monday. Some isolated thunderstorms can’t be ruled out for the second half of the afternoon into the start of the evening either.
The rain will be confined to primarily Monday, with a few lingering showers possible for the start of Tuesday. Otherwise, skies will gradually clear throughout the day on Tuesday with dry conditions in place as you head out to the polls.