First Alert Weather Day Monday: A few severe storms possible

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Variable cloudiness, breezy, and humid; a few showers and a thunderstorm.

Tuesday will see less precipitation during the day, but there is still a chance for showers and storms. This will primarily impact areas closer to the area of low pressure, which will be Eastern Alabama and Southern Tennessee.

We'll see more off and on rain and storm chances pass through Kansas Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Some sunshine is expected early, followed by a cloudier sky and scattered rain and storms in the early afternoon. High temperatures were in the upper 80s and lower 90s.

More of the same for Monday with highs in the low 80s and scattered showers and storms likely for the afternoon and evening.

Most areas will be dry and comfortably warm through this evening.

Over the last few days, we had a west to WSW wind through the atmosphere. Most of the rain is expected during the afternoon hours.

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The additional rain and clouds will at least keep temperatures down for this time of the year.

Mostly sunny skies with highs closer to seasonal normal, in the upper 90s.

The next work week starts off dry before another round of rain slides in for Tuesday.

Show us what the weather looks like in your neighborhood. That puts the "feels like" temperature at 100-105.

Sunday, the pick of the weekend (and maybe even of the entire 7-day), will be the relief that we've been searching for.