|Big severe storms today in Nebraska and northern Missouri|
|Series of systems coming in from the southwest US. It will keep us very active|
2nd "L": Likely impacting Kansas heading into Wednesday night, bringing storms to western and central Kansas after midnight. Storms will be ongoing Thursday morning, especially in central and south central Kansas. Some of these storms could produce some hail and gusty winds.
3rd "L": Another system will be coming through the pattern Thursday afternoon. It looks like it could set off storms in NW Kansas, and then those will push to the southeast heading into Thursday night/Friday morning. The best chance for storms Friday morning will be south of a line from Garden City to Great Bend to Emporia. But more storms will develop Friday evening/night around the state.
4th "L": This is a system that will be coming through Friday and should help produce widespread storms, once again across most of the state. Some of the heaviest rainfall may be in central and southern Kansas.
5th "L": The last of the systems coming through this pattern will be here Saturday. I'm forecasting storms that should stretch from one side of the state to another, and should dump some very heavy rainfall once again.
|Severe threat for Wednesday night/Thursday morning|
|Forecast for rainfall (ending Monday, June 9)|