Some parts of Kansas received some much-needed rainfall Monday, while others were greeted with some unexpected sunshine…so overall, the day featured a little bit of something for everyone. Overnight, clouds and rain returned to the state, and today will feature our best chance for rain the remainder of the work week. Highs today will range from the upper 40s in the west, to near 60 along the Kansas/Missouri border.
Rain showers will become less numerous tonight, with lows ranging from the mid 30s to the upper 40s with a light northeast wind.
We’ll see clouds begin to break up during the day Wednesday, with highs in the 50s and 60s. Lots of sunshine returns for Thursday, with highs approaching 70 degrees, lows near 50.
Parts of central and eastern Kansas could see a few showers and storms on Friday, but the main story will be the return of spring-like temperatures with readings in the 70s and 80s.
We will see more off and on storm chances through the weekend, but it doesn’t appear organized severe weather will be in the forecast. The better chances for that look to come in the early part of next week, but we caution, systems have looked good at the day 6-9 range, only to fizzle out on approach. So as always, we’ll continue to follow it and keep you updated.
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