The trend of mainly clear conditions will continue onto tonight, but it will also be on the warmer side. Temperatures will drop off into the upper 70s, with humid air still in place, as well.
Another hot and humid day is on tap for tomorrow, but it’ll be the last day of this high heat before some relief moves into Northeast Kansas. Southerly winds and sunshine will once again help temperatures surge into the 90s, with maybe a few 100s sneaking in, as well. Factoring in that humid air that will still be in place during the daytime hours, and heat index values will roughly range between 100° and 105°.
Our next cold front is set to arrive late tomorrow night. As the evening progresses, the cloud cover will begin to thicken up from north to south, with rain chances mixing in, as well. Scattered showers and storms will provide some instant relief due to rain cooled air quickly setting temperatures back. But even once that front pushes through on Thursday, more widespread relief will be felt across Northeast Kansas. Temperatures will be back into the 80s, with dew points gradually falling as well. By Friday, high temperatures are still expected to be hanging out in the 80s with much less humid air in place.
Mostly sunny conditions return for the weekend and the start of next week, as temperatures look to stay in the 80s for the majority of Northeast Kansas.