While we’re getting a brief break from the oppressive heat early this week, the humidity isn’t being so kind. And that’s not going anywhere just yet.
Storms will continue to fire up through this evening.
A good portion of this will be sunshine-driven and fall apart shortly after sunset.
A complex from Wyoming and western Nebraska will track in our direction after midnight. Folks in NW KS and SW NE will see some of these storms.
Tuesday will be an active day across the state for strong storms.
While the majority of these should stay below severe thresholds, they will be packed with plenty of moisture that could lead to flooding concerns. A few could also have higher wind gusts and small hail.
Temperatures will be hot and humid.
This pattern will break by Wednesday as the storms track east. Once that happens, the heat will build back.
While we won’t be completely storm-free heading into the weekend, the bigger story will be our highs returning to the middle and upper 90s.
Join me tonight on KSN for the latest look at radar and the best day to catch some rain at your house. – KSN Storm Track 3 Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman