While we've had plenty of moisture, with the cool air in place it's hard to believe that severe weather may not be that far away. But some in southeast KELOLAND may get severe weather as early as next week.
Even though we've had sunshine in KELOLAND, temperatures remained well below average with highs in the 50s and 60s.
But to our south, it's been a different story. Severe weather has been common this week with severe weather reports stretching from Texas to Indiana. So far, 48 tornadoes have been reported this week.
The day with the most violent weather happened on Tuesday with 39 tornado reports. Most of them from northern Texas, through Oklahoma and southwest Missouri.
After the weekend, on Monday, we'll have to watch this boundary that may end up being draped across southeast KELOLAND. If this holds true, expect scattered thunderstorms. This is an area the Storm Prediction Center already has their eye on.
It would be better to have that boundary move south to help us avoid any heavy rain that will come with those thunderstorms.