The threat for storms comes in the afternoon and evening, but thankfully none should become severe, according to the Storm Prediction Center. More of Northeast Kansas looks to crack into the low 80s for tomorrow, with some mid 80s mixing in, as well. Monday should continue our stretch of good weather, with sunshine and temperatures in the 80s. With a south wind in place, highs will climb up into the mid 80s. Then following, we may see a better second half of the work week. 80s are likely in areas that get stuck in the clouds and in areas near the Red River.
Heading out the door Sunday morning, you can expect cloudy skies, patchy fog, drizzle, a few light showers and damp roads, so take it slow. A few isolated showers and storms possible Sunday, with most of the area staying mostly sunny, warm and humid.
Friday: Periods of rain and showers.
WEATHER: Lots of sunshine, a little warmer
NEXT MONDAY: It's time for the eclipse.
Early morning fog should burn off rather quickly Sunday, with temperatures quickly rising through the afternoon. Thunderstorm chances return Friday with temperatures in the mid-80s under partly sunny skies.
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