Teachman’s Take: Severe T-Storm Watch Expires, Rumbles Linger

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The Severe T-Storm Watch that was issued earlier this evening for central and eastern Kansas expired at 11 PM.  However, there are still a few stronger storms slicing from north central to southeastern Kansas.

The intensity of these storms will continue to drop as the minutes tick by.  Because these storms are training or tracking over areas that picked up rain earlier today (Butler and Greenwood counties), some isolated flooding issues may develop overnight.  

By dawn, these storms will be history.  Temps for the rest of the day will be hot and it will feel humid especially in areas that picked up more rain this week.

Friday evening, our attention will shift to southwest Kansas for another batch of storms.  These will clip our viewing area and will dive into Oklahoma.  

Over the weekend, we will be tracking 2 more opportunities for rain.  Sunday looks more promising across the state as Saturday’s chance will be confined to western Kansas.  

Be sure to stay with the Storm Track 3 weather team on-air and online for the latest updates.

-Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman 

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