As the Fourth of July winds down, the majority of northeast Kansas looks to stay dry. Some scattered light to moderate rain showers have been pestering our southeastern areas, and those spots along I-35 and to the southeast could see some additional spotty showers overnight. Otherwise, the rest of the region can expect some partial clearing of the clouds as temperatures drop back down into the 60s.
The cloud cover will continue to clear out throughout the day tomorrow as temperatures warm into the mid to upper 80s. There is the slight chance of a few isolated storms come tomorrow afternoon, into the early evening hours. Otherwise, most spots stay dry with mainly sunny conditions by the afternoon.
Thursday is shaping up to be the hottest day of the week as temperatures will crack back into the 90s. We cool things back down a few degrees for Friday and the weekend ahead, but that’ll go along with more isolated shower and storm chances.