Some widely scattered leftover showers and storms aren’t expected to be severe and will mainly be found across South and Northwest Kansas this morning. Afternoon conditions look even drier.
Your first step out the door will feel much cooler and not as muggy now that a cold front has come through. Morning temperatures start in the 50s and 60s. Winds will mainly be out of the northeast, helping cooler conditions stick around into the afternoon as highs reach the upper 70s and low 80s.
Late in the evening and overnight rain/t-storm chances return as a warm front lifts over the area.
Chances continue into early Thursday and then we’ll have to watch out for another batch of storms late in the afternoon and evening.
Temperatures slowly start to warm back up Thursday with highs in the upper 80s to low 90s. Everyone will be breaking a sweat on Friday as we kick off Labor Day Weekend, highs will be well into the 90s. We’ll need to stay weather aware over the holiday weekend with spotty storm chances around.