Spotty storms around Central Kansas this morning aren’t expected to be severe and will really be hit or miss. A stronger storm is possible with gusty winds, small hail, and heavy rain.
Any activity on radar should fizzle out by mid morning. And then the rest of the day will be all about hot, humid, and windy conditions. Morning temperatures start off warm and muggy in the 70s. Once the sun is up temperatures will go up even faster. Highs in the middle 90s will feel more like 101 to 103.
Winds out of the south could gust up to 35 to 40 mph under a mostly sunny to partly cloudy sky. There’s another chance of a few spotty storms Monday evening and during the overnight.
Most areas stay dry but everyone will be warm and muggy during the night again as lows fall into the 70s. A better chance of storms moves in Tuesday afternoon and evening as a cold front makes a sweep through Kansas.
Some of our easternmost counties could see a severe storm with damaging winds and large hail. A stronger storm also can’t be ruled out deeper into Central and even Western Kansas.
The cold front completely moves through by Wednesday to cool temperatures down into the 80s but storm chances linger and the heat goes back up before you know it.