Friday, June 27 Evening Forecast

Published 06/27 2014 05:40PM

Updated 06/27 2014 06:30PM

It was another warm, summer-like day.  Most of us escaped the rain.  An isolated storm will be possible this evening, but most of us stay dry.  

Storms will form to our west in Kansas overnight tonight, but fizzle out as they push into our area.  This boundary could generate an isolated shower or storm early Saturday in western Missouri.  We'll see a mix of sun and clouds on Saturday, with rain chances rising by the evening as an upper level disturbance works through the area Saturday night into Sunday.  

Strong to severe storms are possible Saturday starting around sunset in western Missouri. The threat marches southeast through our area overnight Saturday into Sunday.  Straight line winds (near 60 mph) will be the primary threat, but large hail is possible.  

Conditions clear through the day on Sunday, and mostly sunny skies are expected Monday.  Another storm system pushes through on Tuesday, kicking up the storm chances again.  This system will drop our temperatures and dew points a couple degrees midweek.

Although highs will be in the upper 80s to near 90 over the next few days, they'll dip into the mid 80s by Wednesday.  Plus, morning lows drop from near 70 now, to mid 60s on Wednesday morning.

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