What We’re Tracking:
- Warm, humid set up
- Breezy end to work week
- Storm chances for Saturday
The work week wraps up on the warm and muggy note. Some of the area will top out in the 90s on Thursday, and we’ll only drop into the upper 80s on Friday. A southerly wind 15-20 mph will fuel in warmer air, and humid air as well. Dewpoints in the 60s will make it feel a couple degrees warmer.
Saturday trends back toward the lower 80s, but also brings in our next storm chance. We are tracking the potential for thunderstorm development Saturday afternoon and evening. Some of these storms could be strong to severe, so stay up-to-date with the KSNT Storm Track Weather Team.
A few thunderstorms could linger into Sunday, but highs sink into the lower 70s to finish the weekend. Moving into the next work week, highs return to the mid and upper 70s. Monday and Tuesday are also showing signs for thunderstorms in northeast Kansas. By Wednesday, we are trending on the quieter side once again.
– KSNT Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller
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