Today: Increasing Clouds. Storms develop after 4pm near north-central Kansas. Highs in the mid-upper 60s in north-central Kansas with low-mid 70s in most spots. Winds NE/E 5-15 mph.
This Evening: Storms overspread eastward toward HWY 75 through 8pm which means if you’re along and east of HWY 75 you may not any storms until at least 8pm. Severe weather is possible in any storms with all modes of severe weather including a few tornadoes.
Overnight: Storms likely for all of northeast KS by 10pm with the severe weather threat continuing, strong winds the primary threat. Lows in the 60s.
Tomorrow: Scattered storms mainly early then again late. Isolated storms throughout the day however many spots may be dry for most of the daytime hours. Highs in the 70s to low 80s.
Memorial Day Weekend: Storm chance exists all 3 days however confidence is low on specific details on exact timing and the location of the storms. Will likely not be known until we get to the day itself. Lows in the 60s and highs in the 70s to low 80s.
|Record High||95 (1939)|
|Record Low||39 (1963)|
|2019 Precipitation||17.37" (5.69'')|
|Snow this Season||27.1" (+9.3")|