Western’s Weather Wrap: Sunday Severe Storms

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Storms producing some large hail have been ongoing across northwestern Kansas this evening, and they will track southward into the night, with a *Severe Thunderstorm Watch* remaining in effect for western Kansas through 10 PM. Radar: https://www.ksn.com/weather/radar

A few storms may linger into the morning hours, even into the Wichita area, but certainty is low. Otherwise, expect partly cloudy skies, increasing humidity, mild temperatures, and light winds overnight.

Tomorrow will be warm again, but with breezier winds, mostly cloudy skies, and very humid conditions. A few storms will be possible throughout the day, but there’s a greater concern for development in western Kansas in the afternoon that will become severe and move eastward across the state through the evening and into the night.

A Moderate Risk for severe weather is in place across central/southern Kansas for tomorrow evening. Initial storms will have all modes of severe weather possible: Large hail, damaging winds, and isolated tornadoes. However, storms are expected to develop into a line rather quickly, making damaging winds and flooding the primary concerns all across the state as they race eastward into the night.

There are still a lot of questions about the timing and severity of these storms, mainly due to the uncertainty of morning storms and how they will affect the activity for the remainder of the day. Regardless, a line of storms with some form of severe weather should be anticipated for particularly the evening hours, so make sure you’re staying weather aware for your Sunday! We’ll keep you updated.

~Katie the Weather Lady

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