Partly cloudy skies for tonight could see the development of some patchy areas of fog by daybreak. Even so, it’ll be another humid and mild night across Northeast Kansas with overnight lows in the upper 60s.
We’re tracking tomorrow to be very similar to how it’s felt today. High temperatures are expected to max out in the middle to upper 80s, but it could feel slightly warmer than that. Slightly stronger southerly winds at about 5 to 15 mph will help filter in some humid to muggy air, which could cause heat index values to climb into the low to mid 90s, at times.
Spotty showers and storms are possible once again for Tuesday, but more widespread rain chances rumble during the overnight hours leading into Wednesday. For those kids heading back to school Wednesday morning, you’ll want to pack them the rain gear as more rounds of showers and storms are expected beyond just Wednesday morning.
Even with rain chances mixed in, our temperatures will stay pretty constant with highs in the middle to upper 80s for the next several days.
If you’re eagerly looking forward to the Clear the Shelters event on Saturday, as well as the total solar eclipse next Monday, as it stands right now, it looks like the weather will cooperate. Both days are expected to have high temperatures in the middle to upper 80s, with mainly sunny conditions.