Unsettled weather returns to Kansas. Severe storms are possible Monday through Thursday. Large hail, high wind, and isolated tornadoes cannot be ruled out.
After a gorgeous weekend, you can feel the changes in the air this morning. It’s muggy in the 60s with gusty south breezes.
Just like yesterday, storms will pop in western Kansas through the heat of the day. Elsewhere, it’ll get toasty with highs in the 80s. The wind will be a nuisance out of the south, gusting to 40 MPH at times.
There is a potential for these storms in western Kansas to become severe with hail and damaging wind as the primary threats. We cannot completely rule out an isolated tornado.
These storms crash and lose their punch as the sun sets. Staying windy and mild tonight. There is a small chance of a shower across by morning.
Another round of storms comes this way on Tuesday. This time the focus shifts farther to the east. There is an enhanced risk of severe storms for a portion of north central Kansas.
Storms fire up through the afternoon and evening. Same deal here, large hail and damaging winds are the primary threats. Ingredients are favorable for a few tornadoes.
Rinse and repeat with storm chances again on Wednesday. A large area of Kansas has been placed under an enhanced risk. All modes of severe weather will be possible this day. We’ll watch for storms to get going through the day and linger into Thursday.
This unsettled period does not break until the end of the week. Please make sure to stay weather aware through this time period.