Monday, June 26, 2017

Summer storms return - 4th of July forecast

I'm back in the weather center this week after spending last week in KC at the AMS (American Meteorological Society) Broadcast Conference. It's an opportunity to learn more about the latest advances in technology as well as hear from colleagues on how they cover weather events in their TV markets. Meteorologists come from all over the US and Canada.

We have just wrapped up an unbelievable weekend of weather in Kansas. Highs in the 70s and 80s feels so out-of-place for late June, but it may not be the last of it. Even though we warm it up today, cooler weather may return later this week.

Storm chances today:
There will be a few isolated storms over central and northern Kansas later today. Timing will be after 2/3 p.m. and any storms should fade by 8 p.m. tonight. Severe chances remain low.

Storm chances tomorrow:
Another weather feature will be coming through Tuesday night, and chances for storms will setup across the northern 1/2 of Kansas. Timing here will be late into the night, and a few storms could be severe.

More storms are on the way Thursday, which we will focus on in the blog tomorrow.

Early 4th prediction:

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