The soaking round of rain is gone, but some pop up hit-or-miss showers are still possible through the evening. However, that chance of rain will continue to diminish throughout the course of the night. The rain chances will depart, as will the cloud cover. Skies will go mostly clear tonight, which will allow temperatures to cool down pretty quickly. Overnight lows are expected to drop off into the upper 30s tonight, with low to mid 30s expected for tomorrow night. The chillier temperatures could allow some patchy frost to develop during the early morning hours.
For the first time in about a week or so, we’re tracking consecutive days of mostly sunny skies, starting tomorrow. More sun than clouds are expected leading into the weekend, and even including Saturday. This goes along with the gradual warm-up we’re tracking. High temperatures near 60 tomorrow, will warm up into the 60s for Friday, with 70s anticipated for the weekend.
A mix of sun and clouds moves in for Sunday, as well as the potential for some showers and storms. As it stands right now, the possibility of storm development looks to hold off until the late afternoon into the evening. There is the potential for strong to severe storms, but this is still several days out. There’s still uncertainty in this forecast, but it’s something our KSNT Storm Track weather team will be keeping a close eye on for you, in the days leading up to Sunday.