**Flash flood watch remains in effect for all of northeast Kansas through Saturday morning at 7 am.**
Additional rounds of showers and storms will continue to push through this evening. There is the slight risk of some severe storms to emerge, but the best shot of that would be for the southeast portion of the region. Even so, the threat of strong to severe storms altogether is much lower compared to Thursday. Even when some dry time mixes in, the sky will still remain socked under cloudy skies as temperatures drop down into the 50s tonight.
The tail end of the rain will finally push through early on Saturday, leading into a much quieter weekend overall. However, temperatures won’t be nearly as warm as they were last weekend. Some of our northwestern areas may not get behind the 50s, with low to mid 60s for the rest of the region, at best. Saturday will be cooler with some more clouds, but we’ll slightly warm up for Sunday in the upper 60s and lower 70s as we’ll see mostly sunny conditions.
60s and 70s will be the case through the next several days, with an additional chance of showers and storms for both Monday and Tuesday.