Published: Tue, June 12, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Warm and dry tonight, storm chances rumble in for Monday

Warm and dry tonight, storm chances rumble in for Monday

The weather will continue to be unsettled through the much of the week ahead.

Another round of heavier showers and storms arrives late Sunday night into early Monday morning.

A brief burst of higher humidity with scattered showers and storms rolls in here Wednesday before getting swept out to sea Thursday. Showers and storms will be a little more widespread Monday and into Tuesday as a cold front approaches. Otherwise plenty of sunshine before clouds and the chance for storms increase after 5pm. The weather service says very heavy rainfall can be expected with any storms that develop. Morning lows starting out in the upper 60s with humid conditions lasting throughout the day. Winds S/NW 5-10 miles per hour.

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Tomorrow will likely be dry other than maybe a leftover shower/storm southeast of I-35. High temperatures will be in the lower to middle 90s. Winds N 5-10 miles per hour.

A large storm complex is moving through IL this morning and looks to five our way by late morning in our northernmost communities and close to 12-1 p.m.in the metro.

Gusty southerly winds will howl across most of Kansas again Sunday when highs top-out near 100 degrees under a sunny to partly cloudy sky. Highs will reach in the upper 80s to near 90s with nights near 70 most of next week. It will also be breezy so at least that will help in mixing around the hot air that we'll have.

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