The evening and overnight for KELOLAND will continue the clear skies we had today with overnight lows dipping into the 60s to low 70s.
The week brings some changes to our weather. The dome of hot, high pressure will weaken its grip on KELOLAND and the Midwest. This means we can bring back showers and thunderstorms to the forecast.
Monday is still expected to be hot, with highs in the 90s to low 100s but a cold front will pass through the area so thunderstorms are a possibility Monday afternoon into the evening for western, central, and northeast KELOLAND. And with plenty of energy in the atmosphere, some of those thunderstorms could become strong to severe with large hail and strong winds being the main threats.
The thunderstorm potential continues into Tuesday and Wednesday as well with afternoon high temperatures reaching the lower 90s. Thursday and Friday look overall dry, but isolated, summer storms in the heat of the day are possible. Highs will be cooler, reaching the 80s to near 90 degrees.