Between about 3-8pm Wednesday we'll watch a cold front swinging through the area that could trigger strong and severe thunderstorms. One area of focus will be south-central Kansas where storms may fire by late afternoon bringing the chance of damaging winds and hail over one inch in diameter. Afternoon highs climb to the upper 80s to around 90 in spots.
Tonight: Partly Cloudy, Scattered Storms (30%). We'll start Sunday off dry with a mix of sun and clouds. A few storms could become severe with wind gusts of 60 miles per hour and quarter sized hail.
More severe weather is possible Tuesday across parts of KAKEland, with storms firing as early as late afternoon.
Rain chances remain high while temps stay warm and humid.
Monday we will continue the trend of wet weather with another 50% chance throughout the day. Because of the fact will keep the rain chance in and at least more cloud cover, highs may only be in the 80s for the coolest day of the week. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s all week. Even as the rain may diminish toward morning, drizzle and fog are likely to persist, with continued onshore flow from the east. Temperatures slowly drop toward lows in the 60s.
A few showers are possible Friday into Friday evening, but certainly not a washout.