Flood advisories are still in effect this morning in southeast Kansas as the system responsible for a much-needed soaking for the area exits to the east.
That system is forecast to stall out in the eastern US this weekend, putting a halt to the active weather pattern. That will place much of mid America under upper ridging and allow for heat more reminiscent of July than May to filter in for much of the upcoming week. In fact, triple digits are not out of reach on Tuesday. A mild weekend is ahead though, before things warm strongly starting Sunday afternoon. The blocked system breaks down late next week and some models show a return to active weather, but right now there’s a lot of uncertainty past mid-week.