Detailed Forecast

Sunday Night: An isolated storm is possible for counties bordering Nebraska this evening. Other than that, a calm and clear night is expected with lows in the upper 60's to low 70's. Winds out of the S.

Monday: A frontal boundary is expected to move south from Nebraska and into north central and east Kansas increasing the chance for an isolated storm in these areas. Highs will most likely not reach 90 north of the front, while areas south of it will be in the mid to low 90's.

Next week: A system should make its way through our region Monday night into Tuesday bringing up our rain chances and cooler temps on Tuesday. Another possible system may move through the area Thursday night bringing a chance for storms and perhaps drier and cooler air. Highs are expected to be in the mid to lower 80's for most of the week.

Have a great day!

Ian Cassette
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