**Flash flood watch will begin at 7 pm Monday night, lasting through 10 am Tuesday morning.**
Partly cloudy conditions stick around for tonight, to go along with humid conditions and overnight lows in the 70s.
The weather could make for some iffy viewing conditions for the eclipse tomorrow. Partly cloudy conditions still look to be the front runner for early tomorrow afternoon, but some models are hinting at some thicker cloud decks moving into Northeast Kansas. Not only that, but there is the slight chance of a few spotty showers Monday morning, that could maybe trickle over into the early afternoon hours, as well. Even so, breaks in the cloud cover still looks to mix in during the eclipse around 1 pm tomorrow afternoon.
Otherwise, Monday will be another a hot and humid day with temperatures maxing out in the low 90s with heat index values around 100° at times. Scattered showers and storms could begin popping up late tomorrow afternoon and evening, with the best chance of soaking rain rolling in late Monday night into Tuesday morning.
That increasing chance of rain will be due to our next cold front, which will drop back the humidity, as well as the temperatures with 80s expected for Tuesday.