Passing clouds will be the case across all of northeast Kansas for tonight, as we drop down into the upper 50s. We are keeping the slight chance of a few showers and storms for areas generally to the south of I-70 overnight, but that’s really the end of rain chances for the remainder of the holiday weekend.
Hardly a cloud in the sky is expected for tomorrow as temperatures warm up into the upper 70s. Some spots may hit the 80 degree mark, but that looks more likely for Memorial Day itself. Monday will see predominantly sunny skies, with just a few passing clouds here and there.
Our average high for this time of year is 79°, and we’ll be within a few degrees of that for the next several days. However, those seasonal temperatures will go along with the occasional storm chance. Isolated thunderstorms are possible for Tuesday, with a better chance of some showers and storms for the second half of the week.