Strong to severe storms cruised on across southern Kansas early Thursday morning. Many were without power in Harper and Sumner counties. This final wave dumped quite a bit of rain. A bulk of the precipitation fell across Harper, Kingman, Sedgwick, and Sumner counties. Drought stricken areas in far southwest Kansas also picked up a little rain.
Expect some ponding out on the roadways for the morning drive. Take it easy. Clouds break and sunshine returns this afternoon. Heating up to the lower 90s.
Quiet skies tonight with lows in the 60s and 70s.
Dangerous heat in the headlines for Friday. Highs soar into the high 90s. Heat indices easily climbing into the lower 100s. Use extreme caution and take frequent breaks if you work outside. Don’t forget about the outdoor pets! If it’s too hot for you, it’s too hot for them.
Slightly cooler by the end of the weekend but still above the norm with highs in the 80s. Rain chances on hold for most until next week.