Friday and Saturday will likely see dangerous heat and humidity. Temperatures today will warm into the middle 90s with a heat index about ten degrees above that. Southerly winds will pick up overnight as we only cool into the upper 70s with mostly clear skies. The Four States will warm to near 100° tomorrow with another heat index potentially near 110° in the afternoon.
Rain chances will increase Saturday night into Sunday morning along the passage of a cold front. Rain will not be continuous or long-lasting, but spotty showers look possible during this time. Everyone will see temperatures cool into the 80s for Sunday and into early next week. Enjoy the more comfortable air while it’s here, because temperatures will warm back into the 90s by the middle of next week.
Today will be similar to yesterday–partly sunny & humid with a slight rain chance. Most will stay dry like yesterday, but a few of us could see some showers through the day as we warm into the lower 90s. Rain chances will officially hit zero tonight as we cool into the middle 70s.
We’ll see more sunshine into Friday, but temperatures will soar into the upper 90s, with a heat index above 100° in the afternoon. The same goes for Saturday, which will likely be the hottest day of the year so far. Heat advisories will likely be issued for both days, so make sure to stay safe and take care of yourself!
Late Saturday night, a cold front will approach us and bring slight rain chances early Sunday. There is a little more uncertainty with where this system will bring rain, so update you as this gets closer. What is very certain is that temperatures will cool into the middle 80s for highs Sunday and Monday. Expect less humid air to begin next week, but we’ll warm back into the 90s by Wednesday.
While most of Wednesday and Thursday will be dry and muggy, we have a few rain chances to track, beginning this afternoon. All of these showers and storms will be isolated, meaning it could be raining in one city while the neighboring ones are completely dry. We’ll warm into the lower 90s today and cool into the middle 70s tonight. The chance for rain will pick back up again into Thursday morning and stick with us on and off through tomorrow, as we warm into the lower 90s again.
Temperatures will warm to near 100° on Friday and Saturday with heat index values even higher than that. This larger warm up is ahead of a slight rain chance into Sunday morning, where a cold front will bring us cooler temperatures and less humid conditions into early next week. Temperatures will be in the 80s to begin next week, but we’ll likely warm back into the 90s again by the end of next week.
The First Day of Summer will see a lot of sunshine with 14 hours and 42 minutes of daylight, since today is the longest day of the year. High temperatures will warm into the middle 90s as the heat index will near 100° this afternoon. Clouds will increase into the overnight hours, and we’ll cool into the middle 70s.
Showers and storms will pop up across the Four States Wednesday afternoon, but not everyone will see this, and the rain won’t last very long. This will lead us into Thursday, as well, before drying out by Friday.
Dangerous heat and humidity is likely as we warm to near 100° Friday and Saturday with heat indices near 110° at times. A cold front will pass over us on Sunday, bringing us another rain chance and cooler temperatures into early next week.
Heat advisories have returned to the Four States for your Thursday as feels like temperatures will be near 105° this afternoon. We’ll see partly sunny skies and calmer winds as we warm into the middle 90s today. Overnight, clouds will decrease early on as we only cool into the middle 70s.
Temperatures will remain in the 90s through the 7-day forecast as heat index values will likely exceed 100° for a while. There is a slight chance that Saturday afternoon could feature a few pop-up thunderstorms, but most–if not all–of us should remain dry. Abundant sunshine will lead us into Father’s Day Sunday and the first official day of summer on Tuesday.
Clouds and winds will increase through Wednesday, keeping temperatures near 90° this afternoon–the coolest day this week. Heat index values will likely still warm into the upper 90s as southerly winds gust up to 30 MPH.
Later this evening and tonight, a cold front will pass to our north, providing a small chance for showers and storms from areas stretching from Wichita to Kansas City. This could clip parts of Southeast Kansas and areas near Nevada in Missouri, but most–if not all–of us should remain dry with additional cloud cover tonight as we cool into the middle 70s.
Clouds will decrease through Thursday, and we’re going to see a lot of sunshine as temperatures warm even higher through the end of the week. Some temperatures could even near the 100° mark into next week. Heat index values will return to the 100s tomorrow and stick with us for a while.
While the Four States are not under a Heat Advisory today, Tuesday will still be a warm one. Temperatures will warm into the middle 90s with abundant sunshine, wind gusts up to 30 MPH and heat index values near 100° this afternoon. Clouds will gradually increase overnight as we only cool into the upper 70s again.
A cold front is expected to pass to our northwest into Wednesday night, bringing rain chances to areas stretching from Wichita to Kansas City. Areas near Chanute, Fort Scott and even Nevada could see a little rain Wednesday night, but most will be dry.
Clouds will decrease through the end of the week as temperatures remain in the 90s through the weekend and into next week. Heat index values will remain near 100° for a while.
Heat Advisories and Excessive Heat Warnings are in effect for all of the Four States through 8 PM Monday for heat index values up to 110° possible through the day. Monday will be hot and humid, and while winds will gust up to 30 MPH at times, this won’t provide much relief from the heat. Temperatures will warm into the middle 90s this afternoon and only cool into the upper 70s tonight. We’ll remain in the 90s all week long with hardly any relief. Late Wednesday into Thursday could see a few showers or storms, but most of the rain looks to stay north of the Four States, We’ll keep you updated.
Thankfully, Friday morning storms are underperforming, but the chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms sticks with us through lunchtime. The heaviest rainfall and strongest storms are staying to our west. Clouds will slowly decrease this afternoon as we warm into the lower 80s. Overnight, we’ll cool into the middle 60s with partly cloudy skies.
Temperatures will raise into the upper 80s through Saturday, and heat index values will warm over 100 by Sunday afternoon. While Monday & Tuesday will be breezy, it will still be dangerously humid, so make sure to stay hydrated and protected from the sun through the 7-day forecast. We are monitoring a small chance for rain late Wednesday, and that could provide a little relief from the heat and humidity into the end of next week. Temperatures are still expected to be above average during this time.
Thursday will see sunshine, calm winds and high temperatures in the lower to middle 80s. Clouds will increase overnight, and storms are likely to move through the Four States after 3 AM Friday. These storms will hold a wind, hail and flooding threat through about 8 AM, and there will likely be enough lightning and thunder to wake you up a little early tomorrow. Make sure to stay weather aware and monitor this risk through your Friday morning commute. Rainfall totals could be close to 3 inches in some areas.
Clouds will slowly decrease through Friday afternoon as we warm into the lower 80s after a stormy start to the day. We’ll see a lot of sunshine and no chances for rain through the weekend and into next week. Those temperatures will warm well into the 90s through this time period.