What We’re Tracking:
- A hot day for our Saturday
- Noticeably less humid this weekend; a dry heat
- Showers and storms move in by Monday AM
What To Expect:
Cloud cover will continue to thin as we move through the first half of our Saturday. We’re tracking mostly sunny skies with highs at or above 100 degrees for pretty much everyone across Northeast Kansas. We’re also tracking noticeably less humid conditions this weekend; dew points will be in the 50s – not the 60s and 70s. However, low temperatures will still be on the mild side; in the 70s.
Expect high temperatures for our Sunday to push the upper 90s, once again. But, cloud cover will be building in during the evening hours as scattered showers and storms will pass through our area into Monday morning. We keep rain chances in the forecast on Monday – but there will be plenty of rain-free time. Expect a general mixture of sunshine and clouds to start the new work and school week with a passing shower or rumble of thunder possible.
The best rain chance over the next week will actually be late Tuesday into Wednesday AM, as a swath of showers and storms will race through Northeast Kansas – along with a cold front. We’ll finally cool things down by mid-week, with highs in the lower 80s through next Friday.
Have a great night!
- Kansas First News Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert