Higher dew points will slowly creep back into KELOLAND Wednesday and Thursday. The increase in moisture will also bring scattered showers and storms. The rain chances will last through the weekend as temperatures remain near average.
In the long range, low pressure will set up near Hudson Bay which will supply cooler temperatures for early next week. I wouldn’t be surprised to see cooler than average temperatures during that time.
A weak cold front continues to move through KELOLAND this morning. Scattered showers and storms have developed behind the front and will continue to move northeast through the morning. Isolated strong to severe storms will be possible this morning in eastern KELOLAND. Drier dew points are lagging well behind the front, but I think we’ll start to dry out the air as the day goes on. Expect a much cooler and pleasant overnight with temperatures in the fifties and sixties. Before then, highs today will be much cooler but close to average with middle eighties dominating the area.