Warm and less humid as we head into the weekend


The likely time for scattered storms is midnight to 6am Sunday

After a tough stretch of heat and humidity Monday into Tuesday, we got some relief Tuesday night into Wednesday as a weak front came across the region.

Dew points dropped into the 56-60 degree range for midweek. It stayed pleasant early Thursday, but moisture returned quickly and summer-like conditions hit again with the help of south/southeast wind.

Last night was clear, mild and a bit humid. However, a weak boundary will blow this morning which should make it feel better than yesterday. We’ll keep abundant sunshine and we should experience a pleasant northeast breeze.

Greater Topeka Friday
Highs: 85-89
Wind: N/NE 8-16

Friday Football Forecast
Kickoff: Clear, 83, NE 10-15
4th Quarter: Clear, 75, NE 6-12

It shouldn’t be as warm Saturday with a sunny to partly cloudy sky. Rain may hold off until evening or overnight. A weak system will drop into Kansas for possible showers and storms late night into Sunday.

Wouldn’t a streak of sunny, 70-degree days be nice? Unfortunately for some, we’ll keep high temperatures in the mid to upper 80s almost all week. Storm chances will increase from Tuesday night through early Thursday.

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Have a good Friday and a great weekend….
KSNT Meteorologist David George

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