Labor Day will be partly cloudy and warm with highs in the eighties and nineties. Isolated showers will try to develop in central and northeast KELOLAND this evening and tonight, but anything that falls will stay light with models only spitting out a tenth of an inch or less.
Tuesday will be another warm day with highs in the eighties to near ninety. As a cold front moves through KELOLAND late in the day, clouds will thicken and another round of scattered showers will be possible. Any rain that falls will once again stay light, less than a tenth of an inch. If you’re caught underneath a thundershower you’ll receive closer to a quarter inch or more.
Cooler temperatures will pour into the upper plains on Wednesday with highs in the seventies. The seventies will continue through the weekend in eastern KELOLAND with another chance for rain on Friday.