Wichita, Kansas 2021-06-08 18:28:14 –
The humidity is high today and it provides the air that you can really wear. Dew points are in the early 60s and late 70s. With the dry line to the west, Elkhart is now benefiting from low humidity.
Temperatures continue to rise until a cold front rushes in at the end of work, so you’ll want to find different ways to stay cool.
An isolated shower or storm caused by the daytime sun this afternoon will collapse by sunset. There is little to go between central and eastern Kansas.
Later tonight, a storm will track from the western to northwest corner of Nebraska. It should be in a much weaker state before it falls apart on a journey to the southeast.
If the amount of cloud cover remains long enough, it can affect the high temperatures on Wednesday afternoon. The hot and humid days continue, and the southwesterly winds become stronger.
On Wednesday afternoons, there is little chance of a shower or storm from the sun, but most will be dry with a mixture of sun and clouds.
Temperatures reach the 80s-90s. The direction of the wind is southeast, and the humidity is high and unpleasant conditions continue. The dew point in the 70’s sweats the most in 2.2 seconds!
The cold front is on the deck on Fridays, but Northern Kansas and East Kansas are good for rainy weather. Some storms may move southeast soon after returning to the Wichita area on Friday night.
Weekend heat drops a few degrees. It’s not a big drop, but it reduces the amount of water in the air and makes you feel comfortable outside. Western Kansas and Oklahoma Panhandle need to monitor weekend conditions due to isolated storms on Saturday and Sunday nights.
– Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman
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