We are keeping a close eye on a line of showers and storms to the northwest, that are moving to the southeast. If they hold together, it could bring some rain to Northeast Kansas. However, relatively dry air that is still in place across the region could limit how much those showers and storms hold together. Even so, some rain is possible for our western areas primarily. Otherwise, we’re looking at increasingly cloud cover for tonight as temperatures fall back into the upper 50s and 60s.
More widespread rain chances move in for tomorrow, but it’s still just an isolated chance overall. Otherwise Sunday will also see partly cloudy skies as temperatures will be a touch warmer. More of Northeast Kansas looks to crack into the low 80s for tomorrow, with some mid 80s mixing in, as well.
More promising rain chances roll in for the first half of the brand new work week next week. Even with those rain chance mixed in, we’re tracking a slight warm-up with our temperatures. We could hit 90° by the second half of next week, which would be the first time we’ve been in the 90s in about 3 weeks.