First Alert Forecast: cooler, dry conditions and low humidity to close July

As skies dry humidity levels decrease this weekend

As skies dry humidity levels decrease this weekend

Otherwise, we are mostly sunny with a high temperature in the 80s.

Tomorrow: Mostly sunny, warmer. The record low for Monday is 58° set in 1936.

The clouds will increase throughout the day on Thursday, and a few showers and storms are possible, mainly in the afternoon and evening, as a cold front approaches our region from the northwest. Since the front will line up along the eastern side of the trough and run parallel to the upper level winds from the SW, it will be very slow to move across New England. Ho heat index is expected thanks to much lower humidity levels. High pressure will build into CT, and that will bring partly to mostly sunny skies and lower humidity on westerly winds. Areas along and south of I-40 will cool into the low 70s.

Tonight: Clear and comfy. High: Low-mid 80s. Rain won't make it into central Kansas, where it will be warmer, with highs in the low 80s (still about 10-15° cooler than average).

Wednesday: Sunny and hot.

Saturday starts off mostly cloudy with a slight chance for a shower. The next chance for rain after Friday looks to set up next Friday.

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