An area of low pressure will move through the Midwest this weekend, mainly south of KELOLAND. This low will likely bring us another shot at showers and thundershowers to roll across the area and afternoon highs should be kept cooler than normal for early August, still reaching the 70s with near 80 degree highs in the west. And as temperatures warm to near 80 in the west, there could be pockets of strong enough instability to cause some marginally severe thunderstorms.
We’ll keep a small chance for lingering, scattered showers for Sunday as well with highs still cooler, reaching the middle 70s.
Monday should be sunny has high pressure sets up over KELOLAND with still cooler than average highs, reaching the 70s to near 80.
While Tuesday continues the warming trend with highs returning to the upper 70s to mid-80s, mid-week brings back the cooler weather. We’ll return to highs in the 70s Wednesday and the 70s look to stick around the rest of the week. And as that cooler air moves into KELOLAND, we’ll carry another chance for rain but with the expected cooler weather, the severe weather threat will be low.