Thursday, May 26, 2016

Severe weather threat - Thursday

Thanks for sticking with us this week during all of the stormy weather. We have another busy day ahead with storms likely across Kansas and the chance for hail, wind, and tornadoes will once again be focused over our area. 

Storms are expected to develop anytime after 1 p.m. today, and once they fire up, the should move east or northeast. Due to the very high humidity, very large hail is quite likely with most storms and this threat will cover much of the state.

The chance for tornadoes will also be present today. There is a warm front that will lift north across the state, and it's along and north of that front that tornado potential will be highest. This means areas along and north of I-70 definitely need to be watching things closely. 

Our thoughts go out to those who have had damage this week because of storms. Most of us anxiously await some quieter weather heading into the holiday weekend. 

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