A few spotty showers will move in tonight, before the main round of showers and storms moves through early tomorrow morning. Otherwise, temperatures are only expected to fall a few more degrees with low to mid 60s by tomorrow morning.
That widespread batch of rain will be primarily confined to the morning hours, but the tail end of it could still bring rain to our eastern areas during the early afternoon. The chance of rain will taper off as the day progresses, but a few additional scattered showers and storms cannot be entirely ruled out either.
Even when spots are dry, mostly cloudy conditions will continue to be the trend. Regardless of the cloud cover and rain mixing in throughout the day tomorrow, temperatures are still expected to be warmer than Sunday with highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s.
Isolated rain chances spill over into Tuesday morning as you’ll once again wake up to temperatures in the 60s. But the return of southerly winds and gradually clearing skies will help temperatures run away. Tuesday will see high temperatures max out in the upper 80s to mid 90s the further west you are.
The driest days of the week look to Wednesday and Thursday, with temperatures still in the 80s with a few 90s sneaking in, as well. As we get closer to the first weekend of Fall, more significant rain chances will return to Northeast Kansas, but temperatures still look to hang out in the 80s.