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Sunny, calm and more fall-like weather to end September

After a ten degree drop in temperatures on Sunday, temperatures will likely only warm to the upper 70s for Monday afternoon. Temperatures will begin near 50° and we’ll see a lot of sunshine with a nice northerly breeze to start the week. Winds will shift out of the south as we enter Tuesday, which will be a touch warmer than Monday. As we sit in a calm weather pattern, expect a lot of sunshine, dry conditions and temperatures just above average this week.

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Warming trend through Saturday with a tiny rain chance

Temperatures will warm into the middle 80s this afternoon with a small chance for some of us to feel a few raindrops today and tonight–mainly north of I-44. Most, if not all, of us should stay dry as we cool into the upper 60s tomorrow morning. Saturday will warm into the lower 90s ahead of another cold front, but this one looks to be much weaker than the one we saw yesterday. A nice northerly breeze will cool us into the middle 80s on Sunday before we settle into the lower 80s with a lot of sunshine next week.

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Much cooler, cloudier and a little rainier to start fall

After yesterday almost hit 100°, a cold front passed over the Four States Wednesday evening that will lead to a Thursday over 30 degrees cooler! A few light rain showers are possible through the early afternoon, and this cloud cover will inhibit warming for the first day of fall. Temperatures this morning are in the lower 60s, and we’re going to struggle to warm into the upper 60s this afternoon.

We’ll see a bit more sunshine for Friday as skies clear a little bit overnight, but temperatures should warm back into the low 90s on Saturday. A weaker cold front is expected to pass over the Four States again on Saturday, but rain looks less likely with this system than previously expected. We’ll cool into the lower 80s to start next week.

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Another Warm Day; Even Warmer Temps On The Horizon

We will still be warm today with temperatures well above average set to continue across the area. We will also likely see a hot and breezy weekend as temperatures continue to rise into the 90s by next week. Temperatures this morning across the Four States were in the 60s with dewpoints in the 50s. With the kids headed off to school they can expect a few clouds in the sky and temperatures in the low to mid 60s.

High pressure continues to dominate our weather pattern but we do have a shortwave trough in the lee of the Rocky Mountains off to our west. Moving through today and into tonight this trough will continue to move closer to the area and with some nocturnal low level jet support thanks to a southerly wind there may be some shower and storm development into early Friday but this will likely stay off to our northwest. This feature will primarily affect us with our winds as it will provide some breezy conditions for our weekend.

Thanks to the dominant high pressure we are not likely going to see much widespread chances of precipitation in the next 6 to 10 days but our temperatures will likely remain above average for that same time frame.

Today expect a high around 88 with partly sunny skies and above average temperatures. Tonight expect a low around 63 with cool and calm conditions with some lingering clouds. We will likely see plenty of sun for the next 7 days as temperatures increase into the 90s especially by next week.

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Mostly Dry Labor Day; Sunshine For Next Week

We should remain mostly dry tomorrow save for a possible afternoon storm and we may also have some rain chances for your Labor Day with the same conditions. We will likely see warm temperatures ahead and also plenty of sunshine into next week. Temperatures are in the 80s and 90s across the area with dewpoints in the in the upper 60s making it a bit humid outside.

We do have a weak cold front off to our northwest and it will push through tomorrow but we don’t expect much in the way of precipitation except in the afternoon with some assist from daytime heating. The front will likely continue to push east for our Labor Day and we could once again see some afternoon storms thanks to daytime heating but these will be isolated and pulse in nature so don’t expect them to last long if they even occur.

For the next 6 to 10 days and even the next two weeks we could see some above average temperatures across the area. For tomorrow though we can expect highs in the 80s and possibly hit 90 in some locations.

For tonight we expect a low around 65 with increasing clouds and possible patchy fog. For tomorrow we have a high around 87 with partly cloudy conditions and patchy fog early. We do have some very slight rain chances for our Labor Day but other than that it looks like sunny skies ahead and seasonably warm temperatures.

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Mostly Dry Labor Day; Sunshine For Next Week

We should remain mostly dry tomorrow save for a possible afternoon storm and we may also have some rain chances for your Labor Day with the same conditions. We will likely see warm temperatures ahead and also plenty of sunshine into next week. Temperatures are in the 80s and 90s across the area with dewpoints in the in the upper 60s making it a bit humid outside.

We do have a weak cold front off to our northwest and it will push through tomorrow but we don’t expect much in the way of precipitation except in the afternoon with some assist from daytime heating. The front will likely continue to push east for our Labor Day and we could once again see some afternoon storms thanks to daytime heating but these will be isolated and pulse in nature so don’t expect them to last long if they even occur.

For the next 6 to 10 days and even the next two weeks we could see some above average temperatures across the area. For tomorrow though we can expect highs in the 80s and possibly hit 90 in some locations.

For tonight we expect a low around 65 with increasing clouds and possible patchy fog. For tomorrow we have a high around 87 with partly cloudy conditions and patchy fog early. We do have some very slight rain chances for our Labor Day but other than that it looks like sunny skies ahead and seasonably warm temperatures.

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Beautiful Weather This Week; Possible Rain Chances By Weekend

We have been experiencing some very nice weather across the four state region with both high and low temperatures right around average temperatures for the last week of August. We will continue to enjoy great weather into the first half of the weekend as high pressure continues to control our weather. It will be warming up into the lower 90s and humidity will be on the rise Friday into the weekend as winds shift to a more southerly direction as the fair weather high pressure systems slips a little farther east. By Sunday, there may be a thunderstorm complex that develops over the Plains states and a couple of thunderstorms involved in this development may drift into our viewing area. The better chance for showers and thunderstorms will be Monday and Tuesday as a stronger, more well developed storm system presses out of the Northern Rockies into the Plains and eastward into the Midwest. Temperatures will remain in the 80s as this system builds in, with a cooler and drier airmass in store for us by the middle of next week.

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Possible Storms Tonight; Clearing Out By Sunday

We will see some chances for some scattered storms tonight and into early tomorrow morning with some strong storms possible. We will be drying out by tomorrow afternoon and our Sunday should turn out nice and more sunshine is likely for next week. Temperatures across the Four States were in the 80s and low 90s and rain totals from last night and this morning saw most locations remaining dry.

We do have a cold front positioned near the Four States which is expected to push through and generate rain chances for tonight. This evening and early tonight we will see the potential for scattered storms to develop off of this front as it pushes through and rain chances for the Four States may continue into tomorrow morning. Through our Sunday we should see a clearing trend with a northerly wind drying us out and clearing our skies.

A marginal risk is in effect for portions of the Four States for a hail and wind threat with some of the stronger storms that develop. Drought conditions persist in the Four States especially across Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma where there is a more widespread case of extreme drought so any rainfall received in these areas would help. Once this front moves through expect a cooler day tomorrow with highs residing primarily in the 80s.

Tonight we will see a low around 67 degrees with a cool night ahead and storms possible early. Tomorrow we will see a high around 87 degrees with skies clearing throughout the day and we will continue to see some cooler temperatures. For the next week expect sunshine and temperatures hovering around our seasonal average.

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Storms Possible this Weekend, Mainly in the Afternoon

Heat and humidity makes a return Saturday but we should be slightly cooler Sunday. We will see even more widely scattered showers and storms starting tomorrow afternoon. It will be cooler Sunday though. Then we warm up again for late next week.

A front is making its way into Northern Kansas already producing scattered showers and storms for Northern Kansas. A lot of this is driven by daytime heating. The better chances for any storms for us will be in Saturday afternoon. These will become a little bit more widespread as we get closer to evening but then Begin to Fall apart. This will be due to the loss of daytime heating.

Look for a high of 90 Saturday with a south wind turning around to the west in the afternoon. High temperatures could be a little warmer in parts of southeast kansas. Headed into Sunday we begin to see a few scattered storms developing on the backside of this boundary which will be just to the south of us. Again daytime heating will play a role. The storm coverage probably won’t be as good as tomorrow though. Look for high temperatures next week to once again get back to around 90 with lowest primarily in the 60s.

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Hot Weather Continues; Relief On The Horizon

We are likely to be hot once again tomorrow but we should continue to remain relatively dry. Rain Chances will increase into next week which should also bring us a nice cooldown as well. We haven’t seen much across the Four States today except temperatures well into the 90s and some locations seeing heat index values in the 100s. This is likely to remain the case for the rest of the weekend thanks to a strong upper level high off to our west.

We will likely see our pattern change into our Monday where a backdoor front makes its way into the Four States and gives us our rain chances especially into our Tuesday. This rainfall will bring much needed relief as some of the area is still experiencing an extreme drought. Before we can get this relief though we must endure more heat into tomorrow where highs are likely going to be in the 90s and 100s for some locations.

Tonight expect a low around 71 where we will be a bit warmer tonight and see a few more clouds with a south wind around 5 to 10 miles per hour. Tomorrow expect a high around 100 with continued heat and some possible stray clouds with a southwest wind around 5 to 10 miles per hour shifting west. We will see the heat continue for a couple more days before the rain chances increase by Tuesday and our temperatures drop below average for a while.