Isolated showers and thunderstorms will be spotty this evening. This will take place in areas that didn’t have their atmosphere worked over from storms earlier in the day. In particular, southwest Kansas.
Severe storms across the state line in eastern Colorado will march in our direction deeper into the night.
This complex should be on a weakening trend, but could survive the travel into central and eastern Kansas by Wednesday morning.
Wednesday will be our last “cool” day before the heat comes back full-force.
Another wave of rain and thunder is expected Wednesday night.
Later this week, high pressure will build in and the faucet will shut off as the heat increases.
Due to the repeated nature of storms this week, areas that picked up more rain will have higher levels of humidity initially before the moisture can evaporate.
This weekend, storms will return to parts of the state. I’ll let you know where and how high temps will climb tonight on KSN News. – Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman