Light wind will blow about 5 miles per hour during the day, and 7 miles per hour at night.
By Sunday evening, the chance for rain tapers off for everyone.
Rain chances return tomorrow morning and will stick around for the afternoon.
By Monday and Tuesday next week, rain chances go back to 60% Monday and 40% Tuesday with scattered thunderstorms. Expect a mostly cloudy sky with highs in the upper 80s Sunday.
Saturday night, any lingering showers slide off the coastline and clouds dissipate in coverage, so we have partly sunny morning before more clouds stroll in ahead of our next system.
While Sunday should not be a washout - and again, some will watch rain and thunderstorms drift by in the distance - passing heavy rain is a possibility.
Saturday's high will top off around 85 degrees.
Monday night: Mostly clear, with a low around 61.
Hit-or-miss rain and thunderstorms (with many missing) has been the theme over the past several days. These will be hit or miss and fast-moving, so if you have any outdoor plans for the afternoon and evening, just be mindful that we could be dodging a few raindrops.
Friday Morning: We're starting out in the upper 60's and lower 70's.
Tuesday - Partly sunny, with a high near 67. The remainder of the weekend will feature mostly dry conditions with mostly sunny skies. Lows will be in the mid to upper 40s. The chance of storms begin to increase by the second half of the week with most of the storms staying in central Kansas on Wednesday so will keep the day dry in northeast Kansas at this time. Higher rain could fall where thunderstorms develop.