Wichita, Kansas 2021-06-09 06:47:02 –
To start the day, most of the area is dry, but in Nebraska, you need to monitor storms that can cause showers or storms in the northwest. This opportunity runs from morning till midnight.
The rest of the area remains dry this morning, but we also need to monitor the potential for mottled fog.
If there is fog, it will clear up and disappear before the afternoon. In the second half of the day, the sky brings more sun than clouds. Due to the sun’s rays and southeastern winds, maximum temperatures return to the 80’s and 90’s. The heat of the day can cause showers and storms, but most people remain dry.
The lowest temperatures of the 1960s and 70s are expected, with some cloudy skies and warm, sultry nights.
It continues to rain on Thursday and is partly cloudy. High temperatures in the 90s are more widespread, but feel hotter due to the moist dew points of the 60s and 70s. The heat index is likely to be in the mid to late 90’s, with some three-digit spots. The heat and humidity will be sultry during the afternoon and evening hours.
A cold front approaches Thursday night and can cause showers or storms north. Some counties in the north are included in the marginal risk of stormy weather due to ha ha ha and wind. Most of the rain from Thursday night to Friday is in the north and east.
It takes most of Friday to fully penetrate the front. The north and west areas go back to the 80’s. South-Central Kansas is likely to stay in the late 90’s, which will continue until the weekend.
One or two storms can occur west over the weekend and are expected to return to the normal 80s by mid-next week.
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