TONIGHT: As a front starts to move in tonight, increasing clouds along with thunderstorms are expected to start up by late evening. Storms will be spotty and a few could be strong to severe, mainly north of HWY 50. The main threat with severe storms will be damaging winds. Some large hail is possible but is a smaller threat.
WEDNESDAY: There is a slight chance of showers early in the morning near I-44, otherwise it will be partly cloudy and cooler with less humidity. High temperatures will reach the mid 80s north of I-70 and upper 80s south with light northerly winds.
EXTENDED: High pressure returns Wednesday through Friday bringing much welcomed relief with temperatures in the low to mid 80s. Weather will be quiet through Friday before a next front moves in Friday night, which will bring our next storm chance Friday and through the weekend as temperatures climb to near 90 by Saturday. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack and log on to abc17news.com.