After a rainy end to our weekend in Northeast Kansas, we’ll have mostly clear skies heading into the overnight hours. Winds will remain calm and light at times.
It will be a great week ahead for Northeast Kansas as we go into the first full week of June. Mostly sunny skies prevail for most of the week. We’ll be in the upper 80’s near 90 degrees on Monday before a cold front finally pushes through, allowing to knock out the humidity and cool down the high temperatures a few degrees, but near normal in the lower to middle 80s for the rest of the week as our winds will be coming from the northeast. At this point, rain chances will try to move back in late next week on Friday. It’s still far too early to pinpoint 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