At this time, next week is looking quite hot with highs approaching the 90s several days during the week.
Rain chances will continue for your Monday and for the rest of your work week.
Becoming mostly clear and continued warm and muggy with lows in the upper 70s.
Tonight: Showers and storms seem likely during the evening into the overnight, and again any heavier storms could produce some flooding. Winds N 5-10 miles per hour.
TUESDAY | Mostly cloudy with rain and storm chances. One area of focus will be south-central Kansas where storms may fire by late afternoon bringing the chance of damaging winds and hail over one inch in diameter. Do think the best chance of rain (if we were to get any) were to stay south of I-70 closer to the frontal boundary.
Temps today will be well below average along the coast this afternoon with the numbers holding in the low to mid 60s.
A few more clouds roll in for tonight, but no rain is expected. If you have or want to make any plans to be outdoors because it'll be "cool" just be weather aware the chance of storms exists and use caution. Temperatures will top off this afternoon in the mid to upper 80s with the heat index at 90+ for most. Highs in the lower 90s.
Scattered thunderstorms will continue to push through the Tri-State through the early evening hours before weakening out the scattered showers overnight.
After some much needed rainfall today, more showers and storms are possible before the weekend is out.