There is a risk for scattered severe storms containing damaging wind and hail up to an inch possible with some isolated storms that could contain hail up to 2 inches in diameter. The risk of severe weather for Tuesday evening is shown below.
"Large hail and damaging winds will be the primary concerns with this activity". Southerly winds will range from 10 to 20 miles per hour already by tomorrow morning, and lasting through the day. Some of the storms could become strong or severe.
Tomorrow there is a small chance of a pop up shower in the morning again mainly toward north-central Kansas but better chances exist later in the afternoon.
Severe storms are likely Thursday, especially for the western half of the state.
We dry out on Wednesday before the chance for storms return to end the work week and start the weekend.
Storm chances increase Tuesday afternoon from west to east.
Sat: High: 72 Low: 54 Partly cloudy. A few showers/storms are possible Tuesday night with low temperatures in the mid 60s. The line of storms may also produce heavy rainfall which could cause isolated flash flooding along some rivers. Beyond our typical 7-day forecast time span, the jet stream pattern still appears active, in that will continue to send storm systems through the state.
High temperatures on Monday should range from the mid 70s to mid 80s, but cooler in the Arrowhead. Stay safe and enjoy this great spring weather while it's here!