Wet weather has arrived and it’s going to linger through Wednesday. Scattered showers and rumbles will be scattered and on/off in nature.
Morning temperatures will be cool again in the 60s. Hazardous weather isn’t expected but any heavier showers could slow down travel. Cloudy skies and rain around will keep highs in the 70s.
After 4pm, stronger storms are possible in Southwest Kansas and along the Oklahoma panhandle. A severe storm or two can’t be ruled out, damaging winds and large hail are the main threats.
Heading into the evening Central Kansas will catch a little break from the rain while stronger storms in Southwest Kansas start to weaken. Overnight showers and rumbles continue through the night across the area leading to another damp commute for some.
A few more waves of rain and storms will continue Thursday during the morning and late afternoon/evening. We’ll really start to dry out by Friday as summertime heat returns.