Daily rain and storm chances for week ahead

Cheryl Sanders
July 8, 2020

Speaking of storms, the next best opportunity for rain is Wednesday night although can't rule out an isolated shower/storm east of HWY 75 between today or tomorrow however think the better chance for pop up showers/storms remain in Missouri. Heat indices in the mid 90s to around 100°. Highs: 89 to 94.

Tonight: Partly cloudy, muggy.

MON: Partly sunny, scattered showers and thunderstorms.

Late Friday - Saturday, the risk for widespread showers and storms goes up as an area of low pressure, loaded with tropical moisture, rides up the coast and delivers rain. A few scattered showers and storms for the afternoon and early evening.

Thunderstorms will impact northern Kansas Wednesday evening and spread southeast with heavy downpours and gusty winds to 50 miles per hour.

Chief Meteorologist Ross Janssen says that thunderstorms will impact parts of the Plains during the middle of the week as hot weather continues to overspread much of the area.

A warm and muggy morning with temperatures in the 70s. Highs should still manage to reach the low 90s, with moderate to high humidity again. Look for cooler air behind that front with highs in the 80′s by Friday. Skies will become mostly clear overnight, followed by more sizzling heat for your Wednesday, Expect sunny skies and highs in the lower to middle 90′s.

SAT: Partly cloudy, isolated showers and thunderstorms. Some areas in western Kansas may hit 100, and because of the higher humidity farther east, it will feel like close to 100.

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