**Severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for Clay, Cloud, Republic, and Washington counties through 2 am.**
The chance of strong to severe storms is still a concern for tonight, as our next wave of stormy weather is moving in from the west. Not only that, but some additional showers and storms have popped up here in Northeast Kansas. Regardless, the threat of severe weather looks to diminish as the night progress. Most of the rain looks to be gone by mid-morning tomorrow. Otherwise, we stay humid and on the warmer side tonight with overnight lows in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
Some quieter and drier weather looks to return leading into the weekend. However, it’ll be short lived as a few showers are possible for Sunday, with a slightly better chance for scattered showers and storms come Monday and Tuesday. Even so, we’re looking at 80 degree weather for the next few days.