Monday Storm Timeline

A few sprinkles and fog in the area at this time. Tracking tornadoes on radar in texas and severe thunderstorms in Oklahoma. These severe storms will not affect the WIBW-TV viewing area.

Scattered rain continues along the Missouri border at this time. There are more rainshowers in Oklahoma that are heading our way later tonight. It is likely we will see scattered showers the rest of the night, but the heaviest activity appears to have passed.

Scattered rain continues at this time. We will see more breaks through the evening, but are tracking more development for later. Temperatures will be colder tonight, but not cold enough for snow.
Topeka Forbes 1.32"
Topeka Billard 1.02"
Kansas City 1.30"
Emporia 1.53"
Manhattan 0.27"
Olathe 1.39"
Topeka Forbes 1.15"
Topeka Billard 0.87"
Wichita 1.74"
Olathe 1.14"
Kansas City 1.08"
Emporia 1.21"
Concordia 0.54"

Radar trends show that moderate rainfall will continue into the evening for much of the area. Wtih saturated ground, the threat of flash flooding will exist as well. The greatest risk of flash flooding will be along and south of a line from Salina to Hiawatha. Locations south of this boundary could see an additional inch or more of rainfall. JG

1:00pm - Current Observations and Precipitation in the past 6 hours...
Concordia: Cloudy, 0.47"
Emporia: Rain, 1.11"
Lawrence: Rain, 0.87"
Manhattan: Light Rain, 0.27"
Salina: Light Rain, 0.05"
Topeka: Rain, 0.92"

Noon - Current Observations:
Concordia: Cloudy, 0.53" so far
Emporia: Light Rain, 0.98" so far
Hiawatha: Rain, 0.29" so far
Lawrence: Light Rain, 0.73" so far
Manhattan: Light Rain, 0.27" so far
Salina: Cloudy, 0.16" so far
Topeka: Rain, 0.56" so far

11:00am - Numerous showers and thunderstorms will move northeast at 40mph across northeast Kansas through the early afternoon. Locally heavy rainfall is possible. Rainfall rates will average one-tenth to one-quarter inch per hour, with locally heavier rates possible. This may cause localized ponding of water especially in urban areas or areas of poor drainage. The stronger storms may produce small hail.

10:30am - A Flood Advisory is issued for Anderson, Coffey, Franklin and Osage counties.

10:00am - Current Observations:
Concordia: Cloudy, 0.51" so far
Emporia: Light Rain, 0.70" so far
Hiawatha: Rain, 0.23" so far
Lawrence: Light Rain, 0.53" so far
Manhattan: Cloudy, 0.18" so far
Salina: Cloudy, 0.16" so far
Topeka: Rain, 0.38" so far

9:30am - Significant Weather Alert for northwestern Johnson county. A strong thunderstorm is moving northeast at 60mph. Pea sized hail has been reported with this storm. Small hail and winds around 50mph are expected with this storm.

9:00am - Current Observations...
Concordia: Heavy Rain, 0.46" so far
Emporia: Light Rain, 0.53" so far
Hiawatha: Rain, 0.02" so far
Lawrence: Light Rain, 0.34" so far
Manhattan: Cloudy, 0.18" so far
Salina: Cloudy, 0.16" so far
Topeka: Light Rain, 0.27" so far

8:00am - A band of showers and thunderstorms advancing northeast at about 45mph spreading across northeast Kansas. No severe storms at this time, but frequent lightning and brief heavy rain in addition to small hail associated with the stronger storms.

4:00am - A Flood Watch is issued for Miami and Linn Counties

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