The hot weather will be sticking around for the rest of your weekend, but so do the chances for isolated storms around Kansas.
Isolated storms will be moving through southwest, central, and northern Kansas into the overnight hours tonight, and a few of the storms could produce gusty winds and torrential rainfall. Large hail with the storms is not likely.
As a cold front meanders across Kansas Sunday, more isolated storms could develop in the heat of the day, especially in central Kansas. Again, severe storms are not likely, but a few of the stronger storms will be capable of gusty winds to 50 mph. It will be hot over much of the area with temperatures near 100.
Monday's highs will be in the upper 90s for most of the state with a few storms still possible in the far west.