Late Tuesday July 30th – T-storms start returning Wednesday

With more rain chances lined up
Late Tuesday July 30th – T-storms start returning Wednesday

Good late Tuesday evening, everyone. Sure enough, we had some spots start the day out with some patchy fog this morning. However, we didn’t have to deal with any other cloud cover during the day. Mostly sunny skies were able to take us from the middle 60s and back into the upper 80s this afternoon. We may have kept things calm for the evening, but I’m watching what’s developing up to our northwest on the radar below…

Developing rain and t-storms coming out of Nebraska and northeastern Kansas will try to pay us a visit as we get our Wednesday morning started. After we get past the morning, we’ll turn quiet again for another warm and humid afternoon. With additional upper level disturbances and a returning warm front on the way, we’ll have more rain and t-storm chances to take us into the weekend. Your latest look at the next several days, including how the rain chances will impact temperatures, is right below…

Don’t forget that Doug has your long-range forecast out through the middle of September down below.

Have a good night and a great Wednesday!


Long range forecast through Middle September:


August 7th-10th: Temperatures get hot again. Highs will be near 90 or in the lower 90s with pop-up storms each day.

August 11th-17th: A warm first half of the week with a hot second half. Chances for pop-up storms each and every day.

August 18th-24th: Mainly a warm week with thunderstorms scattered on Sunday and Monday. Then a slight chance on Wednesday.

August 25th-31st: A hot and mainly a dry week. A few pop up storms on Wednesday and Thursday.

September 1st-7th: Another hot week with scattered storms on Sunday, Friday and Saturday.

September 8th-14th: Mainly a warm week with scattered storms on Sunday and Monday.


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