**Flash flood watch for Jackson, Jefferson, Shawnee, Douglas, Osage, Lyon, Franklin, Coffey and Anderson counties through 7 am on Sunday.**
A steady band of showers and storms that centered over I-70, will continue to shift to the southeast. The main band continues to break apart, but scattered showers and storms are still expected for much of the overnight hours. Even for those who mix in dry time tonight, the sky will remain mostly cloudy as overnight lows hang out in the 60s.
Some hit-or-miss showers and isolated storms are still possible for early tomorrow, but the heaviest rain will be gone. The chance of rain will gradually dissipate as morning turns into afternoon, with some peeks of sunshine possible for the later half of the day. Otherwise, we’re tracking temperatures to be primarily in the 70s and maybe even a few low 80s for tomorrow.
A dry start to the new work week on Monday, will see periodic chances for rain move in as early as Tuesday. Even with rain chances mixed in throughout the week, temperatures stay on the cooler side for August with highs in the upper 70s to middle 80s.
-KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Christina Reis