On Ronelle’s Radar: More showers from stalled front/tropical system

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Thursday will be another damp day, but there aren’t as many showers around to start and the chance of rain isn’t as high. Also, there aren’t as many flood alerts in the area which is a good sign of drier conditions ahead.

But we’ve still got a few days of spotty showers, which could be heavy at times, before we get there. Rain will be around through much of Thursday. There could be a few random breaks in the clouds but skies will still be mostly cloudy, keeping highs in the 70s.

Hit or miss rain continues tonight and through Friday. Especially in Central and Eastern Kansas.

Remnants from Tropical Depression Gordon will keep rain chances alive Friday night and Saturday, but the heaviest rain and flood concerns will mainly be in SE KS and MO.

All day Sunday is looking pretty dry and we’ll start to notice temperatures warming through the 80s. Our atmosphere is looking slightly unsettled next week but it doesn’t look as wet as what we’ve currently been experiencing.

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