A stronger cold front has allowed showers and even some strong storms to erupt. However, that main line of showers and storms will continue to sink off to the southeast. Some redeveloping rain is possible behind this front, but even so, most of the rain looks to wrap up by midnight tonight.
Not only will conditions dry out overnight, but the sky will begin to clear out as well. But as Northeast Kansas gets behind that cold front entirely tonight, with breezy north and northwesterly winds at 15 to 25 mph, it’ll be a cooler night. Overnight lows will fall back into the 40s, but a couple spots to the northwest could drop into the upper 30s.
Plenty of sunshine returns for Sunday, but temperatures will only get as warm as the upper 50s and lower 60s.
Mostly sunny conditions dominate for much of next week, with temperatures rebounding back into the 70s.