Increasing cloud cover is on tap for tonight, and some spots may be clipped by a few showers and storms, as well. A cluster of potent showers and storms continues to sink to the southeast from Nebraska, now crossing the state line into Western Kansas. These storms look to continue on that east-southeast path, and if they hold together, they may clip some of our western counties. Otherwise, it’ll still be a humid night with overnight lows in the upper 60s and low 70s.
The first half of your Monday looks to be mainly dry, with scattered shower and storm chances developing for the afternoon and evening. More storm chances are on tap for your Fourth of July, but we’ll continue to fine tune the timing of those rain chances leading up to Tuesday. Isolated rain chances may spill over into Wednesday, as well, but we’re tracking a drier conditions leading into the weekend. Humid and 80 degree weather will be the case through the next few days, but as we get closer to the weekend, some low 90s will be possible, as well.