Expect a cloudy, hot and humid Sunday

Frederick Owens
August 13, 2017

A high-pressure system to the south of the area will help continue showers into the afternoon and evening hours. Storms should remain across western Kansas and some may be strong to severe. Storms will gradually diminish once we reach sunset Sunday evening.

A lot of us started today on a rain free note for the first time in a while.

Another round of storms will move across the state Sunday night through Monday morning bringing potential for heavy rain! Although generally, temperatures remain warm with a hot afternoon and limited rain chances for the rest of the day. Afternoon rain chances will be around 50-60% through Thursday, but the overnights should be mostly dry except for a few isolated showers. Drying out by Friday into next weekend. Highs will be in the low 90s.

Behind the front, high pressure will begin to build and settle across the region through Sunday leading to partly cloudy skies.

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Northeast wind at 5-10mph.

Tue: High: 90 Partly cloudy with scattered storms evening/overnight.

Overnight into Sunday morning, we'll likely see another flare-up of showers and storms. Expect high temperatures to rebound back into the 70s, 80s and 90s statewide.

Taking a look in the tropics the National Hurricane Center is watching an area of thunderstorms developing near a board area of low pressure several hundred miles north of the Dominican Republic that is starting to get a little more organized.

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