Passing showers through Saturday
Meteorologist Mark Larson says rivers will continue to run high but we're still not expecting any heavy rain through the weekend that would make flooding problems worse. Showers or light rain will be possible today and Saturday for parts of Kansas but Mother's Day should be drier, brighter and warmer.
Look for more clouds than sun by Friday afternoon with a few late day showers or patches of light rain rolling through western Kansas. Friday highs will range from the lower 50s across the west to the around 60 east with light winds statewide.
Showers or occasional light rain will be possible tonight but no heavy rain. We're not expecting any Saturday soakers but we will have dodge passing showers at times through tomorrow night too with highs around 60 under a gray sky.
Mother's Day Sunday will be drier, brighter and warmer with highs in the 60s with lower 70s.
There's more warm, dry weather ahead early next week with highs in the mid to upper 70s, plenty of time for rivers and high water to recede.