Thunderstorms continue in western Kansas and southwestern Nebraska with some brief heavy rain, gusty winds and frequent lightning the main concerns for a little while longer.
For the overnight we’ll have generally partly cloudy skies with those thunderstorms in the west winding down. Lows in the 60s are forecast.
The next round of storms on the Fourth will be west of I-135, as some late-day activity pops up. Look for highs in the 80s and 90s.
High winds and some hail will be the main concerns with tomorrow’s activity, especially for southwest Kansas around the Elkhart and Liberal area.
Highs will stay in the 80s with the better chance of storms by Tuesday and Wednesday of next week before another warm up kicks in.