Our weather pattern is breaking but not before a couple more rounds of storms that could be strong to severe with large hail, high wind and even a couple tornadoes possible.
The aforementioned cold front will "sweep" KAKEland of the soggy and severe weather environment that has plagued KAKEland. The high temperature will be in the low to mid 70s.
Tomorrow is the highest concern with severe weather with storms redeveloping in the afternoon/evening.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance for thunderstorms. "That would be good news to avoid the potential for severe storms".
Things will start to dry out by Wednesday, with only a 10% chance of rain through Friday.
MEMORIAL DAY MONDAY: Dense areas of fog in the morning. With less humidity, highs will still make it up near 80°.
For our Sunday, we'll see high temperatures soar into the mid 80s inland through the afternoon, slightly cooler for the south coast and the Cape and Islands with highs expected into the upper 60s to mid 70s. Some models are hinting at storms Wednesday night southeast of I-35 and a weak disturbance possibly giving a few spotty showers Thursday evening in extreme northeast KS however will keep the area dry and will continue to monitor these small chances.
A few of the overnight storms may linger into early Tuesday morning, but the higher coverage of storms will arrive during the afternoon and evening hours.