Isolated storms have developed in northeastern KELOLAND this afternoon. Those will keep moving to the east and southeasterly directions and those storm cells that are leftover this evening are expected to fade out during the early overnight hours. Overnight lows cooling to the low to mid-60s with some areas in the east developing fog overnight.
A break in the rain and storms for Sunday but we could see some development of storms in the afternoon as the next system approaches. Some of the new storms could be severe with large hail and high winds. The Storm Prediction Center has put central KELOLAND in the Slight category for severe weather. Sunday’s highs will reach the low 80s for the east, upper 80s for central and western KELOLAND.
Showers and thunderstorms will keep moving through KELOLAND Monday morning, leftover showers for eastern KELOLAND while central and western KELOLAND will have partly sunny and clearing skies. Highs next week will be warming up to the low 80s for the east, central and western KELOLAND will reach the mid-80s to around 90.