Let’s talk about a few more storms chances looming this week. Most of today will be dry and mostly sunny, but another round of showers and storms look to fire up after 4pm. We’re tracking individual thunderstorms to pop up towards central Kansas, and then eventually form into more of a cluster of storms as they race into northeast Kansas.
Northeast Kansas is not the “bulls-eye” for severe weather today, but all modes of severe weather are still possible across the area. However, the main threats look to be damaging wind gusts and some large hail .Expect more sunshine for Friday and Saturday, but storm chances will be likely during the evening and overnight hours both of those days. The timing can slide a little bit and we’ll be on top of those changes for you. Fully expect highs in the lower/middle 90s on Friday and Saturday with lots of daytime sunshine and humidity.
In terms of the heat, the temperatures will cool down just in time for Father’s Day on Sunday. We’re tracking highs in the lower/middle 80s for Sunday under a mix of sun and clouds, with dry conditions expected for the first few days of next week.