We’re still watching for some isolated showers and thunderstorms this evening. It should all come to an end by later on tonight making way for a few passing clouds. Overnight lows will be going down to the middle 60s with calm winds. We could be dealing with some patchy fog later on tonight through early tomorrow morning.
Most of Sunday will be dry. But once again some scattered showers and storms are likely on Sunday afternoon after lunchtime. They’ll be quick moving and the better news is that severe weather is not expected. Highs will once again likely go up to the middle to upper 80s. It will also feel muggy out there with high humidity levels in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
It will be a great, summer-like week ahead for Northeast Kansas. Mostly sunny skies prevail for most of next week. We’ll keep high temperatures slightly above average as middle 80s. At this point, rain chances will try to move back in late next week on Friday. It’s still far too early to pinpoint next week’s rain chances, so we’ll keep our eyes on them and tweak the extended forecast as we see fit in the coming days.
– KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Vanessa Alonso