Take advantage of a day with less heat and lower humidity

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Expect summer-like heat and mugginess tomorrow

The biggest story nationally is still Hurricane Dorian and how that massive storm may impact areas along the Eastern Seaboard. It’s not nearly as strong as it was 2-3 days ago, and much of the system’s power has remained offshore.

For us, back to work and school weather on Tuesday was steamy and toasty. Temperatures hit 90 or higher with dew points near 70. The wind shifted from southwest to northwest during the late afternoon and evening for northern counties, but not for all.

Overnight, the passing front made better progress. It’s making a wonderful difference in how it feels. Dew points will be in the 50s to near 60, and we’ll keep a generous amount of sunshine through the day after a few light morning showers. Wind might be gentle too. Get ready to enjoy very pleasant conditions.

Greater Topeka Wednesday
Highs: 80-83
Wind: N/NE 5-15

High pressure will dominate toward the weekend and temps will build again. Hot temps should be expected Thursday. Stronger wind and more clouds should be noticeable late Friday and Saturday.

A weak system drops into Kansas for possible showers and storms by Saturday night into Sunday with another rain chance Monday into Tuesday. It will be nice when we can count on prolonged dry weather. Losing the ups and downs on the thermometer for more consistent fall weather would be great as well.

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Make the most of this wonderful day….
KSNT Meteorologist David George

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