Warmer days ahead

Isolated rain chance Wednesday, dry rest of the week
Isolated storms possible over central Kansas Wednesday afternoon.
Isolated storms possible over central Kansas Wednesday afternoon.(KWCH)
Updated: Jun. 1, 2021 at 4:25 PM CDT
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WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) - Meteorologist Peyton Sanders says warmer weather is on the way over the next few days as we enter a drier weather pattern for the start of June.

Scattered showers over central Kansas this evening will begin to diminish overnight. Meanwhile, another area of showers and a few storms will affect far western Kansas. The risk of severe weather is low with any storms.

Temperatures Wednesday morning will start out in the 50s. Watch for some areas of fog to start the day over portions of central Kansas. Otherwise, skies will turn partly to mostly cloudy with high temperatures reaching the mid 70s.

A few isolated showers and storms will develop during the afternoon over parts of central Kansas, but most places will remain dry. The risk of severe weather is very low with any storms that develop.

Dry weather is expected from Thursday through the weekend as temperatures get back into the 80s with higher humidity.


Tonight: Evening shower, then mostly cloudy with areas of fog. Light winds. Low: 56.

Tomorrow: Early fog then mostly cloudy; isolated afternoon storms. Wind: W/E 5-10. High: 75.

Tomorrow night: Decreasing clouds; areas of fog. Wind: SE/S 5-10. Low: 58.

Thu: High: 81 AM fog, then partly cloudy.

Fri: High: 84 Low: 61 Mostly sunny.

Sat: High: 83 Low: 64 Becoming partly cloudy.

Sun: High: 81 Low: 67 Becoming mostly cloudy.

Mon: High: 80 Low: 66 Mostly cloudy; an isolated P.M. storm chance.

Tue: High: 85 Low: 67 Mostly cloudy; scattered PM storms.

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