Some rainfall reports for the 24 hour period ending at 7 A.M. Sunday. Wichita (Mid-Continent Airport) 0.28", Wichita (Jabara Airport - NE Wichita) Trace, Winfield - 0.40", Cambridge - 0.45", Mount Hope - 0.02", Norwich - 0.22", Coffeyville - 0.80", Sedan - 0.84". Not enough to put a dent in the drought, however anything and everything is a welcome relief.
In the wake of this cold front, a high pressure center over Iowa will influence our weather today bringing a return of sunshine and a pleasant afternoon. Highs will range from the upper 80s in northeast Kansas, to the mid 90s in the south.
Clear skies and light winds across central and eastern Kansas tonight will result in a relatively "cool" start to Monday morning, as overnight lows fall into the low and middle 60s.
The "heat" returns Monday afternoon and continues through the week, however the oppressive 100 degree "heat wave" appears to be over for now. Highs should remain at or below 100 degrees the entire week.