A hot, steamy Sunday is in store for the Wichita area.
While the temperature won’t hit triple digits, it will feel like 100 to 105 across southern Kansas, forecasters say. South winds will strengthen during the day, blowing steadily in the teens and gusting to nearly 25 miles an hour.
Monday should see layers of thin clouds early, potentially muting the solar eclipse, with showers possible by mid-afternoon. Highs should climb to the mid-90s, with light winds out of the south.
Chances for rain will increase Monday night and Tuesday, forecasters say, with cooler temperatures arriving after the front moves through.
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