More storm chances tonight and tomorrow

A duck walks alongside her ducklings at the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool on June 14

A duck walks alongside her ducklings at the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool on June 14

Temperatures remain quite warm, primarily in the 70s, unless rain-cooled by a nearby storm.

Friday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 67. Winds have been a little on the breezy side, with gusts out of the south up to 35mph at times. Those winds will die down leaving us with pleasant conditions for the opening of the College World Series here in Omaha. Temperatures will be near 70 degrees with the exception of the Lake Ontario Shoreline where you can stay in the 60s.

Meteorologist Mark Larson says temps will soar, winds will howl and storm chances will continue through the weekend.

That chance for storms will linger with us into Saturday morning. Strong to marginally severe storms will be possible along with locally heavy rainfall.

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Southerly winds will gust over 30 miles per hour at times across central and eastern Kansas Friday and summer-like afternoon highs will soar into the lower 90s west with low to mid 80s expected elsewhere.

Friday looks partly sunny with a small chance for a late day shower, high near 80.

A 40-percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 7 p.m.

Mostly cloudy with more widely scattered showers and perhaps a storm Tuesday, highs in the mid 70s. Highs on Father's Day head for the lower 70s.

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