Showers and a few thunderstorms will continue to circulate over northeast Kansas through the night tonight. All thunderstorms are expected to be non-severe. Even with periods of dry time, skies will remain mostly mostly cloudy tonight. The cloud cover will prevent temperatures from dropping more than a couple degrees, as overnight lows are expected to stay in the 40s.
Rain chances stick around through the morning, with rain tapering off by the afternoon. Most of the region will see high temperatures stuck in the 50s for tomorrow.
Although there may be times of more clouds than clear skies tomorrow afternoon through Tuesday, the region looks to remain dry. Highs will hover the 60 degree make for Tuesday, before our next weather maker moves in Tuesday night.
Wednesday looks to be the “soaker” of the week, with a few thunderstorms possible, as well. The rain is expected to finally subside during the first half of Thursday, with quieter and drier conditions just in time for the weekend.
Even with the numerous chances of rain in the days ahead, temperatures look to stay seasonal in the 50s and 60s.
-KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Christina Reis