Today's Forecast: Still hot with isolated chances for showers and storms

Clay Curtis
July 8, 2020

Tomorrow: Mostly sunny. Wind: S 10-20.

Rain ends, then partly cloudy.

Thursday will be hot for much of the state with chances for a few early AM showers or storms in the east, then another round of storms will be coming through Thursday evening.

MON: Partly sunny, scattered showers and thunderstorms. Winds S/SE 5-10 miles per hour.

Tomorrow: Partly to mostly sunny, scattered afternoon storms.

Fri: High: 94 Low: 72 Decreasing clouds.

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Heat remains the big weather story between today and tomorrow with highs in the 90s and heat indices between 96°-102°. Some models are indicating at least a chance of rain existing all day while other models keep the area dry most of the day.

Eventually those showers will start pop up during the middle of the day with a handful of thunderstorms rolling through Tuesday afternoon.

Mainly clear skies with lows in the low 70s.

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

Wednesday looks like the hottest day yet, with sunshine and highs in the middle 90s. Scattered showers and thunderstorms late in the afternoon could become more widespread Thursday night under cloudy skies and lows in the muggy 70s again. Behind this system, high temperatures will cool back into the mid 80s this weekend, but there are indications more heat may build back in during the following week. Low: 73° High: 91° 40%. An isolated strong or severe storm is possible.

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