Hot weather will continue in KELOLAND with highs back in the 90s and low 100s across the region. A heat advisory has been posted for central and eastern KELOLAND, where the combination of heat and humidity will be the worst. A few isolated areas of rain have developed in the northeast, but the chance of rain looks limited in much of the area today.
Another warm night is forecast tonight with lows in the upper 60s to near 70. This will set-up another hot day tomorrow with highs again in the 90s. The heat will continue into Saturday, but a cooler change will start from north to south on Saturday.
A cold front is forecast to move south during the day, triggering a chance of thunderstorms, mainly East River trending into Saturday night. The chance of rain will be at 40%.
Rain chances should depart early Sunday, with cooler weather forecast and highs back in the 80s. The northeast could stay in the upper 70s, with similar conditions on Labor Day. This pattern is expected to warm a bit by Tuesday and Wednesday, but the current heat wave is not likely to repeat.