|Severe risk heading into Wednesday evening/night|
The next round of storms will begin in western Kansas late this evening (probably around dark - 9 p.m.) and then those storms should be headed east into the overnight. Main threats will be gusty winds and very heavy rainfall, especially over the southern half of Kansas. The yellow shaded areas in the severe weather outlook have the highest chance of seeing strong winds.
|Forecast for rainfall Wednesday evening - Friday|
As far as how much rain could fall, it looks like another 1-2 inches for a lot of locations in central and southern Kansas. This on top of what fell at the start of the week could mean more road closures and flooded creeks/rivers/streams. It's still amazing to me just how fast we have turned things around from needing rain to needing a few weeks of dry weather to get caught up on some things.
|Water temperatures across the ocean. The pink areas indicate water temperatures of 82F or warmer|