Cool To Start, Hot & Humid Later

Cool To Start, Hot & Humid Later

Cool To Start, Hot & Humid Later

We'll be watching it closely.

Rain is back in the forecast tomorrow, mainly for northeastern Kansas. In return, clouds will begin to increase throughout the day on Sunday.

Storm chances push into Eastern Oklahoma overnight. The forecast looks eerily similar to yesterday.

Storms will be capable of producing large hail up to baseball size. Severe weather is a possibility-something we will keep you posted on as we get closer.

Once the storms push through, Saturday is looking dangerously hot. It is along and ahead of this front that will bring the storms to the area Saturday into Sunday morning.

Last Sunday was the first day of the heat wave. Of course, things can change as these thunderstorm chances are volatile and predicated on a lot of factors.

Father's Day: Partly Sunny and Hot. That will be a front that should move offshore Tuesday afternoon breaking the spell of warm and humid weather for a couple of days the middle of next week. Drier westerly winds will lead to a mostly dry day on Wednesday.

Monday morning, we should start with lows in the 60s and end with highs in the upper 80s. It will feel more like the low 90s this afternoon. Highs will reach the low 90s with heat indices near 100 in the afternoon. Time just continues to fly by!

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Saturday will feature slightly drier air, resulting in a rain chance that will be a little lower, at about 30 to 40 percent.

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