Sunday’s heat advisory will soon be replaced by storms and an increased risk of flash flooding, according to FOX4 meteorologist Alex Countee . “Moving throughout the rest of the work week, starting tomorrow, that’s where we’re going to notice the rain become more of a weather problem than the heat,” said Countee, who provides weather updates to The Star. A heat advisory remains in effect for all of the Kansas City metro area through 8 p.m. Sunday as the heat index rises to as high as 105 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Monday’s high temperature will also be in the 90s, with a triple-digit heat index possible south of Interstate 70, Countee said. Following some scattered showers Sunday morning, the next round of thunderstorms is expected to make landfall Monday evening in Kansas City. “You can see that line of showers and thunderstorms really blowing up, potentially by 6 or 7 o’clock, near or right over Kansas City, and they stay put throughout the overnight hours into Tuesday morning as well,” Countee […]