More thunderstorms have been moving through the region as a boundary has been situated to our south. This front will finally become more progressive and move away from us into tonight. Fog will form heading into Saturday morning. It could be thick on spots.
We’ll then see a little more clearing into the day on Saturday as high pressure briefly builds in.
This will help us warm back into the 70s tomorrow with the winds turning back from the NE to the SE. This will be developing out ahead of another boundary that will be on the approach by Saturday afternoon. Our chance for storms will be increasing as this front marches closer.
The possibility of a few strong to severe storms is there with the primary hazards being gusty winds and larger hail.
This wave of energy continues to move eastward into the day on Sunday but then will be stalling to the north of the KSN Viewing Area.
As a result, more storms will be possible on Sunday. Some of which could also be severe, including larger hail, heavy rain, and gusty winds.
This boundary will stay situated to the north of Kansas into the day on Monday which will keep the threat of more showers and thunderstorms right into the start of the work week. Temperatures will be turning even milder with a southerly flow staying in control. Look for highs back into the 80s on Monday with cooler conditions Tuesday into Wednesday as that front finally pushes through the region.
-Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman