The most likely chance of rain will occur overnight Sunday.
FRIDAY: A few isolated rain showers and storms will be possible, with a high of 82 degrees. While we are not anticipating numerous storms, a few storms will be possible and they will form in an environment where they could turn severe. We can't rule out a spot thunderstorm through the mid-afternoon and evening, so if you're outdoors and hear thunder, be sure to head inside and let the storm pass.
Heavy thunderstorms fired up Sunday night and are pushing through early on this Memorial Day morning. Winds could gust as high as 25 miles per hour.
The storms are expected to develop ahead of a cold front in central and eastern Kansas, and move east into the Kansas City area by late afternoon or early evening, according to the weather service. Any storms leftover in the morning could affect how the atmosphere recovers so this will need to be looked at closely throughout the day tomorrow. We'll see a mix of sun and clouds with highs near 78. This front will be the focal point for scattered showers and storms on Wednesday and Thursday. With less humidity, highs will still make it up near 80°.
Mostly dry weather today will allow highs to warm well into the 80s to near 90°.