Another threat of storms moves in during the evening. Northwest Kansas will be the first to see strong to severe storms as early as 8pm.
Chances will only go up through the evening as the storm complex pushes south and east, reaching parts of Southwest and North Central Kansas by 11pm.
South Central Kansas can expect storms to move in well into the overnight, around 4am. But they will have weakened quite a bit after making the long trip.
The main severe threat is damaging winds. But storms could also produce large hail, some flooding, and an isolated tornado can’t be ruled out. The greatest risk of severe weather will be in Northwest Kansas.
A few leftover showers are possible into Sunday with partly to mostly cloudy skies. But clouds and possible wet weather will help keep temperatures in check while they only the low to middle 80s.
Another round of storms is expected Sunday night into Monday. The severe risk isn’t as high but a strong/severe storm or two could produce gusty winds and some hail.
A slight chance of leftover showers Monday will help keep high temperatures in the low 80s. We’ll start to dry out by Tuesday but temperatures will start to warm back up.