On Ronelle’s Radar: Friday starts damp, more weekend storms possible

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Showers and storms will make a sweep through the state this morning but severe weather isn’t expected and there aren’t any flooding concerns. Out of all of our counties Lyon county in the Flint Hills is the only one under a Flood Warning.

We’ll gradually dry out during the afternoon as leftover showers track east.

Highs will once again be cooler than normal today between the clouds, a damp ground, and light northeasterly winds. A couple of spots closer in Southwestern Kansas could sneak into the low 70s.

A shower or two could still be around into the early evening closer to I-70 and the Kansas/Nebraska line. But after sundown the rest of the evening and night looks dry. Lows will be cool in the 40s but we’ll wake up to a dry start Saturday morning.

Early in the afternoon we’ll see showers and storms develop in Western Kansas. A couple could be strong to severe with large hail and gusty winds. A Marginal Risk of severe weather is in place for our westernmost counties.

Storms will track east and bring a chance into Central Kansas by the evening. There could be some leftovers around early Sunday morning. Expect another round of potential storms late afternoon and evening Sunday. One or two storms could be strong to severe.

A slow moving front or boundary in the region early next week will keep storm chances in play through Wednesday but we’ll be able to catch a break Thursday.

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