The best chance of rain for this evening will continue to linger over the southeast corner of Northeast Kansas. However, a few spotty showers and patchy areas of drizzle will possible elsewhere throughout the night tonight. Otherwise, it’ll continue to stay on the cloudy side, keeping overnight lows stuck in the 60s.
Much of the same is expected for Saturday, with dominating cloud cover and little to no sunshine throughout the day. At times, a few spotty showers and patchy areas of drizzle will be possible, as well. This will keep things a bit on the cooler side one again with high temperatures primarily in the 60s, with a few low 70s.
The stubborn cloud cover lingers on through Saturday night into Sunday morning, with the chance of some patchy fog. It’ll be a cooler night with overnight lows in the 50s, but things will warm up a little bit more so throughout the day on Sunday.
A cloudy start to Sunday will see some of that cloud finally start to move out and break apart, which means some sunshine will emerge during the afternoon and early evening. That return of some sunshine should help high temperatures get back into the low to mid 70s.
Plenty of sunshine is expected throughout the course of the upcoming work and school week, which will get temperatures back into the 70s, and even the 80s, by the second half of the week.