Showers and storms have fired up off to our west, but it’s not looking all too promising they’ll hold together long enough to make it into northeast Kansas. Still, an isolated shower or storm cannot be entirely ruled out for our western areas tonight. Otherwise, we’re tracking partly cloudy conditions as temperatures drop off into the 70s overnight.
Tomorrow will be very similar to today with mostly sunny skies, and temperatures once again maxing out in the 90s for many. Some slightly humid air will be in place, as well, so heat index values will make it feel slightly warmer at times. Scattered storm chances move in for our western areas first, with the time frame for that being after 9 pm.
Some lingering scattered showers and storms will spill over into Friday, as well. But once our next cold front pushes through on Friday, not only will any sense of humidity be wiped out, but also the hot temperatures. 70 degree weather is expected for this weekend, with a slight chance of isolated showers and storms for Saturday.