This upcoming work week is going to be a wet one starting Monday afternoon through Thursday morning. Most spots will stay dry during the day Monday but there is a slight chance after 4pm that storms may develop in north-central Kansas. Any storms that do develop may become strong to severe. The storms will continue to overspread the rest of eastern Kansas during the evening and overnight hours Monday. The rain continues on and off through Thursday morning finally giving us dry conditions just in time to go trick or treating in the evening. There will be breaks in the rain and that is part of the lower confidence in the forecast as well as a frontal boundary setting up across the state of Kansas from northeast to southwest. On the cooler side of the front expect temperatures to stay in the low 60s but on the warm side temperatures could be as warm as the mid 70s especially if rain isn't falling. Cloudy skies are expected for much of the week but breaks in the clouds can't be ruled out either which would also help to warm temperatures making it feel more like spring rather than fall. Average rainfall amounts could range from 1.5"-3" with rain heavy at times. Once the system pushes out Thursday dry conditions will persist through the weekend into early next week.
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