Severe storm risk this evening
Severe storms will be possible this evening as temperatures get even hotter for the remainder of the weekend.
A few thunderstorms will continue this morning in north central Kansas. Areas west of Manhattan and Marysville will have a slight chance of storms throughout the morning.
Most of northeast Kansas will stay dry for most of the daytime hours with partly cloudy skies. High temperatures will reach the low 90s with breezy south winds during the afternoon.
Scattered thunderstorms will begin to develop late in the afternoon over central Nebraska and northwest Kansas. This activity will develop into one or more clusters that will move into our area through the evening and overnight hours.
Storms could be severe with large hail and damaging wind gusts the primary threats. As storms form into a cluster, the wind threat will become the main concern. Localized flooding will also be possible.
A cold front will move through on Monday, bringing high temperatures back into the mid 80s. A few isolated storms will remain possible, but we will be done with any widespread rain.
Lower humidity is expected behind the front on Tuesday as highs fall back into the low 80s.