On Ronelle’s Radar: A couple of quiet, warm days before Wednesday storms

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Quiet, cool, and breezy to start our Monday. Skies are fair and will yield good amounts of sunshine through the day. Northwestern Kansas will want to throw on a heavy coat this morning with colder temperatures in the 30s.

Everyone will be able to ditch the long sleeves this afternoon as highs warm up into the 70s and 80s. A southerly breeze won’t be too much of a nuisance but air will be drier in the southwestern corner of the area where there shouldn’t be any outdoor burning.

A southerly breeze tonight will keep low temperatures mild.

More clouds move in Tuesday and bring a slim chance of a shower that continues through the night. Highs warm back up into the 70s and 80s.

Better rain and thunderstorm chances move in Wednesday. There’s a risk of strong to severe storms in Central and Eastern Kansas. It’s mainly a damaging wind and large hail threat.

Late in the afternoon and evening will be our window of opportunity. Some lingering rain showers Thursday will be on the way out so it shouldn’t rain all day.

Thursday will also be much cooler once a cold front pushes through. Temperatures rebound nicely into the weekend.

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