Overnight showers and isolated t-storms moved across KELOLAND. We expect a warmer day today and only isolated redevelopment later in the afternoon.
Tonight will be mainly quiet with lows in the upper 40s and lower 50s.
Tomorrow will be mild again and mainly dry.
Our focus by Friday will be severe weather. A significant outbreak of storms is forecast from southeastern KELOLAND into Kansas and Oklahoma. We think this is worth watching the next couple of days.
The parade of storms will begin this weekend and we are really concerned about excessive rain once again. We’ll watch the data carefully, but it appears flooding will be a continued problem in the extended forecast.
Temperatures may cool, but the storm track will play a big role in the spread of temperatures in KELOLAND early next week.