If you're heading out to watch the Kansas Relays at Kansas University today, pull out the sunglasses.
"We'll see plenty of sun lasting through the afternoon," said Jennifer Schack, 6News meteorologist. "It looks like a fabulous Friday."
Temperatures will climb today to a high of 75 degrees, with northwest winds at 5 to 10 mph, Schack said.
The average high temperature for this date is 69 degrees. The record high was 89 degrees, set in 1989.
Lawrence was getting a cool start this morning.
At 7:10 a.m., the city's temperature was 39 degrees, the humidity was 86 percent and northwest winds were at 5 mph, making the windchill 36 degrees.
The average low temperature for this date is 47 degrees. The record low was 26 degrees, set in 1966.
"It looks like a pretty good weekend," Schack said.
Saturday's morning low temperature will start at 48 degrees and the temperature will climb to 81 Saturday afternoon, she said. A few clouds will move in, she said.
More clouds arrive on Sunday, Schack said. Sunday's morning low temperature will be 54 degrees, with Sunday's high climbing to 82, and a chance for storms late on Sunday night, she said.
The National Weather Service says there's a 20 percent chance for thunderstorms Sunday afternoon and a 50 percent chance on Sunday night and Monday.