(WICHITA, Kan.) —
A cold front will continue to move southeastward very slowly form northwest Kansas Saturday night sparking showers and storms. A few storms could be severe near the Nebraska border late tonight and into early Sunday morning.
More scattered storms will move in central and eastern Kansas Sunday afternoon as the weak front plows toward the southeast corner of Kansas arriving there late Sunday night.
Immediately behind the front Monday you can expect lower humidity and slightly cooler temperatures with highs in the upper 80s and low 90s.
The heat relief will not last however as high temperatures soar back into the above average, mid to upper 90s by week’s end. The humidity will be much higher again by midweek too along with a return to gusty southerly winds by Thursday and Friday but most of next week looks dry right now.