We’re continuing to track another round of showers and storms through the night. The slight threat of severe weather will continue to diminish as the night progress, as well. Even when some dry time mixes in tonight, the skies will remain mostly cloudy. Overnight lows will drop down into the 40s for most of the region.
Some lingering showers are expected tomorrow morning as this storm system slowly but surely pushes its’ way out of northeast Kansas. The chance of rain will greatly diminish as we get into the afternoon hours tomorrow, but skies look to stay mostly cloudy as we dry out. The rain cooled air and cloud cover will keep temperatures on the cooler side in the 40s and low 50s.
The cloud cover is expected to partially decrease through the day on Friday, to go along with temperatures warming back into the mid 50s. But that dry time will come to an end Saturday night into Sunday when our next weather maker moves in, with even more rounds of rain expected midweek next week.
-KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Christina Reis