Non-severe storms continue to move out

Showers and storms continue to sink to the southeast this evening. The threat of severe weather continues to diminish with no watches or warnings in effect for any part of northeast Kansas now. Even as places dry out after the rain tonight, skies stay mostly cloudy as temperatures drop into the 50s.

A few spotty morning showers can’t be entirely ruled out for the start of your Easter Sunday, but it’s a low chance of rain. A mix of sun and clouds are expected during the day, as temperatures will be slightly cooler than the last couple of days. Light winds will go along with high temperatures in the 60s, with a few spots possibly hitting the 70 degree mark.

Shower and storm chances for Easter Sunday evening, but the best chance of rain looks to move into areas primarily south of I-70. Even so, we’re not expecting any severe weather for Easter itself.

Beyond Easter, more shower and storm chances mix in for the next several days. Temperatures are expected to top out in the 70s, before cooling down into the 60s and 50s towards the end of next week.


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