A large upper air low pressure will finally start to move eastward today. As this low moves east, showers and thunderstorms will make their way north into KELOLAND this afternoon. However, this does not look like it will be a complete washout. Just some scattered storms with some locally heavy rainfall. The majority of the rain will be found in the west with isolated storms in the east. Highs today topping out around 80 degrees.
For overnight Saturday into Sunday, what showers that are leftover should slowly fade away leaving partly cloudy skies. Lows bottoming out in the low 60s.
For Sunday, we could see a few more pop up storms before our real weather maker moves through. Low pressure in Canada will be swinging down a weak cool front that looks to spark up a line scattered showers and thunderstorms that will move southeast throughout Sunday afternoon. Highs on Sunday reaching the low 80s once again.
Scattered storms continuing Sunday night through Monday before stalling Monday afternoon. Few showers leftover Tuesday morning for southeast KELOLAND. Then once this system moves on, skies will continue to clear out for the rest of the week. Highs throughout the week still around the 80° mark.