Warm and dry tonight, storm chances rumble in for Monday

Angelo Anderson
June 12, 2018

Not much in terms of severe weather is expected. This afternoon pattern of showers and storms will continue for Tuesday and Wednesday.

Another round of heavier showers and storms arrives late Sunday night into early Monday morning.

Today highs will be similar to yesterday, maybe a 1-3° cooler with the exception of north-central Kansas (Concordia was at 101° yesterday, you may be about 10° cooler today).

Meteorologist Mark Larson says Sunday will be the last really hot and humid day for a while because there's heat relief in sight and as temps fall a bit, rain and storm chances will be rising. Otherwise plenty of sunshine before clouds and the chance for storms increase after 5pm. Not a great chance but we can not rule out the chance of a strong gust of wind or some severe hail. Wind: S 10-20; gusty.


Tomorrow will likely be dry other than maybe a leftover shower/storm southeast of I-35. Highs will stay above average with highs in the 80s and lows in the 60s. Wind: S/SW 10-15. High: 96.

Expect rain, and even possible thunderstorms with some downpours for the morning commute Wednesday morning. There is a complex of showers and storms moving through IL and IN thi which will impact the Miami Valley this afternoon.

After a sunny start to the day we will see dry conditions with high temperatures in the low 90s.

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