The cold front that was the culprit behind the line of showers and storms today, continues to push off to the east and southeast. The heaviest of the rain has already crossed the state border into Missouri, but rain chances will hold on through the early morning hours of Sunday. The overnight hours will be one of transition as the area gradually starts to dry out and clear out from west to east. As the region continues to get further behind the cold front, temperatures are expected to bottom out in the 40s and low 40s.
As that cold front completely vacates Northeast Kansas by daybreak on Sunday, the weather will do a complete 360. Sunshine will return for Sunday, as well as lighter winds and cooler temperatures. High temperatures will struggle to get beyond the upper 60s for Sunday.
Sunshine will be the dominating theme through much of next week. Monday looks to be one of the warmest days of next week as temperatures rebound back into the upper 60s and low 70s. Beyond Monday though, a more prolonged stretch of fall-like temperatures sets up with high temperatures in the 50s and 60s, and low temperatures in the 30s and 40s.