We’ll have to watch for areas of fog again this morning.
Any low clouds or fog should start to burn off and lift once the sun comes up. There’s also a small chance of an isolated shower or two in Northern Kansas during the morning.
Skies gradually turning partly cloudy as the morning goes on. Area winds will be gusty out of the south, warming the entire area into the 80s.
Much of Wednesday will be pretty dry too until we get into the evening. It’ll be another windy and warm day with highs in the 80s to 90s.
Winds will start to switch out of the north late in the day as another front dips south into Kansas. Rain and thunderstorm chances will return Wednesday night.
We’ll see waves of showers and storms between Thursday and early next week. Flood prone areas will need to watch the forecast closely as the potential for several inches of rain or more by next week could turn into some flooding around the area.
Temperatures will go back and forth between cooling and warming over the next seven days as highs range from the 80s to 60s.