Good Monday morning and hope everyone had a nice weekend. Severe storms on Sunday were fairly scattered for most of the state.
We haven't seen the last of the hail and wind producing storms just yet. A slow moving storm system continues to spin over Kansas and drier air will be coming across western Kansas throughout the day. The best chances for storms will be along and east of I-135 and the timing will probably be earlier in the day. I would expect anytime after lunch, scattered storms may begin developing over the area.
Late week change:
I'll go into more detail tomorrow on the change, but by Thursday/Friday, our upper level winds will be turning to the northwest. This will send a cold front across the state by Friday/Friday night and drop the temperatures for the weekend. Although there could be some rain around Friday afternoon, the big story will be a change in temperatures. We could be in for some cloudy/much cooler weather by Saturday and Sunday. So after today, the chances for severe weather seem to be tapering off for awhile.
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