Cloudy skies and rain kept KELOLAND cool on Wednesday with highs only in the 40s to the lower 50s. But not far off into central Iowa, where temperatures were warmer, severe weather was on the minds of people.
Just give it time, and severe weather will show up in KELOLAND. History shows it.
During the third week of April, severe weather has the highest chance in Oklahoma and Texas. Fast forward a month and the chances move north. We peak in KELOLAND during the third week of June, but the best chance for severe weather is still south of us. After the third week of June, the chances for severe weather slowly diminish.
Speaking of severe weather, join us for the KELOLAND Live Doppler Spring Special on Monday to learn more on what to expect this coming season. Watch that after KELOLAND News at 6.
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KELOLAND had widespread rain on Wednesday. As the days pass in spring, our chances for severe weather are going up.