Saturday: Wind will pick up from the south and Gulf of Mexico moisture continues to move our way. There is a VERY slight chance for some showers/thundershowers over central and eastern Kansas Saturday night.
Sunday: Sun comes out for the afternoon and we see temperatures warming into the 80s for most of the state. There will be a front cross the state from north to south, and it's not until after 6 or 7 that we will see scattered storms start to develop. We don't expect severe storms, but some small hail and heavy rain is possible. It looks like the heaviest will be southeast of the Turnpike and into northern Oklahoma (based on recent computer model trends)
Monday: Some leftover rain is possible early Monday, but the chances will diminish heading into the early afternoon.
Here are the forecast rain amounts for Sunday - Monday
|GFS Model for rainfall|
|European Model for rainfall|
Potential Severe Weather in the Plains: