On Ronelle’s Radar: Cold Front Brings Storms, Heat Relief

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Tuesday morning will give many of us a feeling of déjà vu with a few isolated showers or storms around, warm temperatures, and breezy conditions.

While severe weather isn’t expected this morning, strong to severe storms are possible later in the afternoon and evening.

Before that happens, the first part of the day will be hot, windy, and humid again. Highs will be around the middle 90s. However, Western Kansas will be on the cool side of a front to keep highs in the 80s.

Early in the afternoon there’s a chance of an isolated storm but we should start to see more storms develop along a cold front by 4pm.

Storms are expected to stretch from Central to Eastern Kansas. A few severe storms are possible that could produce damaging winds and hail. The tornado threat is low but not zero. Strong storms continue through the evening but will weaken by midnight and move out during the overnight.

A spotty storm or two can’t be ruled out Wednesday, especially by the evening. But we’ll get some heat relief as area highs will mainly be in the 80s.

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