Very isolated storms are expected in north central Kansas this evening otherwise most locations will stay dry. The past couple of nights we’ve had just enough moisture and lift to spark some storm development. I think that a similar scenario will unfold after Midnight, especially in parts of eastern Kansas. Overnight lows will drop into the 60s in the northwest, with everyone else in the 70s.
Look for more sizzle, humidity and wind to start the work week. Highs again will top out in the middle to upper 90s but the heat index for some will be over 100 degrees.
Isolated storms are possible Monday night but better chances will arrive with a cold front on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Temperatures will cool off a bit mid-week but it won’t last long as 90 degree weather will be back at the end of the work week.