Teachman’s Take: Friday storms will clear out before Saturday activities

Weather Blog

Storms have formed a line of gusty winds from 50 to 60 MPH, moving out of western Kansas into the central portion of the state. 

This front will progress through the state and produce showers and storms through the overnight. A storm or two could be strong with the main hazard being the strong winds. Lightning also needs to be watched closely for all outdoor events.

Showers should clear out by Saturday morning.

Saturday will be a beautiful day to be outside. Temperatures will be mild and skies will stay dry until Sunday afternoon.

Another cold front will pass through the state on Sunday. It will switch winds and cool temperatures. Shower and storm chances will be slim and focused to our east.

The work week will start out dry and cool. Temperatures will slowly increase through Wednesday.

There will be a bigger push of colder air by the end of next week with highs in the 40s and 50s.

-Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman

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