A front will push into western Kansas Monday, shifting winds around to the north, blowing "cooler", less humid, air into that part of our state while the east stays hot and humid for one more day. An isolated storm can't be ruled out this afternoon mainly to the southeast along I-44.
Monday - Showers and thunderstorms likely, with some of the storms possibly severe. Overnight, showers should dissipate with lows in the mid to upper 60's.
More severe weather is possible Tuesday across parts of KAKEland, with storms firing as early as late afternoon.
Monday's overall rain chance stands at 50 percent, according to the weather service. We are tracking rain chances every day next week at a 30-40% chance Tuesday-Saturday. Afternoon highs only reach the upper 60s to low 70s under cloudy skies.
Friday - Mostly sunny with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms and a high near 95. More moisture will work into the area, resulting in better coverage of PM showers and storms both Wednesday and Thursday. Temperatures only drop into the low 70s by morning.
Other storms are possible across northern portions of KAKEland overnight into Wednesday morning, but the severe risk with those is lower than down south. Highs both days will be in the low 90s.