It’s been another hot day with more humidity across parts of Kansas. Conditions have been steamier in the central and eastern portions of the state. Out west, it’s been drier and feeling pretty good for this time of year in summer.
Today we had a few spotty showers develop in eastern Kansas. These are diurnal, or driven by the heat of the sun. After sunset, they will be history.
We won’t see another drop of rain enter our neck of the woods until Friday. Unsettled skies return to western Kansas in the form of isolated storms.
In the meantime, the heat will continue to build along with the humidity.
Heat indices will be between 100° and 106° the next 2 afternoons…and beyond!
Late in the weekend, a front approaches. It will bring us a few chances for storms next week along with cooler temperatures. I’ll show you how much of a drop we’ll take on KSN News tonight. – Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman