Storms continue across parts of northern and western Kansas this evening. They have been responsible for producing 2 to 2.5 inch diameter hail in north central Kansas, near Luray. Wind damage has also been reported as well.
A Severe T-Storm Watch is in effect until 11 p.m. for north central Kansas.
Storms will gradually lose a bit of stream later on this evening as they stay to the north and west of the Wichita Metro area.
We anticipate that more storms will develop Sunday afternoon across central Kansas. Some spots in north central Kansas will have the possibility to receive heavy rainfall. A few storms could be strong as well.
Highs Sunday won’t be nearly as hot, with readings mostly in the 80s.
Labor Day still looks wet in portions of the state too. While an all-day rainout isn’t expected, it may dampen the backyard from time to time.
Rain chances will continue through at least mid-week in the Wichita area as highs stay in the 80s.