For tonight, there is the the slight chance of a few showers and storms sneaking into our western areas. Otherwise, the rest of Northeast Kansas is expected to be dry under partly cloudy conditions. Overnight lows will fall back into the 60s, with a few low 70s possibly mixing in, as well.
The more widespread, significant chance of showers and storms rolls in on Monday and Tuesday. That rain chance is due to our next cold front, but it’ll be a slow mover. That cold front will be the culprit of some well-needed rain across Northeast Kansas, that could result in 1 to 3 inches of rain in total by the time it clears out late on Tuesday. Not only will it take awhile for the rain to clear out, but also some time to cool us down.
Tomorrow will see showers and storms mixing in throughout the day, but also quite a temperature contrast. Highs in our northwestern areas are expected to barely get into the low 70s, with highs in the 80s for the southeastern areas.
As more of Northeast Kansas gets behind the cold front on Tuesday, temperatures will be more uniform, but cooler. Temperatures will struggle to get out of the 60s, which is as high as some of our northwestern areas may get. Otherwise, high temperatures will barely get into the low 70s elsewhere.
70 degree weather will stick around beyond Tuesday, with some overnight lows falling back into the 40s for the second half of this week.