TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – Scattered showers and thunderstorms develop late in the afternoon and through the evening. The activity will initially develop in central Kansas with activity moving northeast through our part of the state as the evening progresses.
We do not expect widespread severe weather, but some of the strongest storms can produce hail for nickel or quartz size and gusts up to 50 to 60 MPH.
Shower and thunderstorm activity begins to fall overnight, and we are getting dry on Sunday with falling clouds. Temperatures will be very mild in the mid 70's.
Even warmer weather is expected at the beginning of the upcoming work week with heights expected to reach the top 70's and even the lower 80's in Monday and Tuesday.
Our next storm system will arrive by Wednesday, cranking up a lot of wind. South wind can provide up to 50 MPH as this system moves through. We could also see some showers and thunderstorms on Wednesday night.
At the back of the midweek storm, the temperature becomes much cooler, with heights falling back to the 50's in Thursday and Friday.