The excessive heat warning for Douglas County expired at 7 p.m. as scheduled.
The excessive heat warning that's been blanketing the better part of eastern Kansas is set to expire Sunday evening.
According to the current warning in effect for Douglas and surrounding counties, the excessive heat warning will expire by 7 p.m.
The National Weather Service says temperatures are once again expected to near 100 degrees with the heat index closer to 110 degrees. People with plans for outdoor activity are advised to either reschedule the activities or take the necessary precautions, which include drinkings plenty of water and wearing loose-fitting clothing.