On Ronelle’s Radar: Showers & Storms Not Going Anywhere

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Showers and storms will stick around through Labor Day, causing flooding concerns in Central and Northern Kansas.

Some areas have already seen 1″ to 3+” of rain and could see another 1″ to 3″ over the next 24 hours.

Rain will lift north and east through the morning and won’t be as organized or widespread around midday. But we’ll see more storms develop in the afternoon.

Even though severe weather isn’t expected, heavy rain will still be a big concern. Clouds and wet weather will keep high temperatures cooler than normal in the low to middle 80s.

Expect rain and rumbles during the night and into Tuesday. Rain could be heavy at times. If you live in a flood prone area please remember, Turn Around Don’t Drown. Some counties have already experienced water over area roads and streets, making them impassable. It’s looking like the rest of the work week will be wet until we get into the weekend.

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