Meteorologist Mark Larson says a front will slide through Kansas Wednesday pushing Tuesday's toasty temps and high humidity to the south for most of us. The front won't bring too many storms but it will certainly provide brief heat relief statewide Thursday.
Look for sunny skies over most of Kansas Wednesday but scattered clouds and a few isolated showers/storms across the southeast as a weak cold front passes through our state. Afternoon highs behind the front will fall back into the low to mid 80s across northern Kansas but near the Oklahoma state line, highs will top-out in the lower 90s. Northeast winds will stay under 15 mph this afternoon.
Spotty, evening, showers or storms, will fade quickly with the setting sun and it'll be dry, statewide by midnight.
The midweek front will push a lot of humidity out of Kansas Thursday and Friday offering some brief heat relief but warmer temps and sticky conditions will return this weekend.