What We’re Tracking:

  • Clear, cool tonight
  • Rain late Saturday
  • Seasonal temperatures into Monday

Clear, cool and quiet conditions will be present tonight across northeast Kansas. A light breeze will be in the area with overnight lows eventually dropping into the lower 30s. Our next system is starting to get better organized and will be in the region by tomorrow.

Highs on Saturday will make it into the lower 50s before scattered showers move in by the late afternoon and early evening. It looks like the rain will linger past midnight into Sunday morning too, but should be wrapping up before daybreak.

This system looks to favor those central and southeast of the viewing area. Northwestern counties may miss out on some of the precipitation but the chance is still there. Here’s what it could look like by Saturday afternoon:

Looking ahead to next week, the sunshine returns for Monday, and temperatures begin another warming trend toward Tuesday.

We have the potential for another quick midweek system, but things are still not quite lining up. As it stands right now, Wednesday should be colder in the upper 30s, with a slim chance at a rain/snow mix in the morning

KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Ryan Matoush