Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Goodbye severe - hello cool!

It feels good to say that the severe weather chances for most of our area look to be over with now for awhile. And when I say "awhile", we may go another week or so without any real chance for hail and high winds. There will be a chance for some spotty severe storms tomorrow (Wednesday) over far eastern Kansas, but most of the heavy weather will get out of our state pretty quickly.

Overnight/Early Wednesday:
Scattered showers and some storms will develop behind a cold front across northern Kansas. If you are south of I-70, it's less likely there will be much in the way of rainfall.

Looks quiet and dry

Warm for most of the day but a cold front will be coming in Friday evening. A few showers/thundershowers may develop along the front, but it's not looking like it will be anything heavy. The front should be through Kansas by early Saturday.

This weekend:
Cool, Canadian air will spread south and temperatures will be some 15-20 degrees below average. I'm expecting several days (from the weekend all the way into the start of next week), highs may only be in the 50s and 60s. There will also be a storm system approaching from the west late in the weekend, so the chances for rain will be increasing by Sunday and the start of our 3rd full week.

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