The sky will remain mainly clear once again for tonight, with southerly winds at about 5 to 10 mph. Those southerly winds will help keep us slightly warmer tonight with overnight lows just dropping off into the 70s.
The start of the brand new work week will be a hot and humid one. Sunshine will once again be the dominating factor for tomorrow, with a low chance of an isolated shower along the Kansas-Nebraska border. Winds will pick up at about 10 to 15 mph once again for tomorrow, out of the south and southwest. Those winds will once again pump in warm and humid air. High temperatures are expected to climb into the 90s tomorrow. However, the further west you are, the better shot you have of actually hitting that triple digit mark. However, once you factor in that humid air in place once again, heat index values could make it feel as hot as 105°.
Tuesday will be much of the same as Monday with sunny conditions, temperatures in the 90s, and heat index values exceeding 100 degrees at times.
90 degree weather is primarily for the next several days, even with some minor rain chances mixing in both Thursday and Friday.