Morning showers in the middle of Kansas move to the east, mostly sunny to partly cloudy, windy and warmer this afternoon. Heights in the upper 70s and 80s. The winds are from the south at 30-40 m.p.h. over central Kansas. The wind will continue to howl today and Monday when a storm system approaches. A wind recommendation is between 10 o'clock and 10 o'clock in force. Monday and 1 o'clock. Tuesday for the south of Kansas.
There is an active weather pattern in the plains, and from Monday to Thursday storms will be possible in Kansas. A slow-moving weather system over the Rocky Mountains will cause several levels of disruption over time. Expect isolated heavy storms over West Kansas on Monday night, then another round of isolated heavy storms on Tuesday night for parts of central Kansas. The heavy storms will be the most numerous and strongest on Wednesday, in southern Kansas. Storm Team 1
All sorts of storms are possible, including tornadoes, but large hail and damaging winds will be the main storms. Storms remain in the forecast for Thursday, with SE-Kansas having the highest potential for severe weather. Precipitation between 0.50 "and 1.00" is most common along and east of the I-135 corridor until Thursday.
Dehydration Friday until next weekend. The temperature will stay in the seventies and eighties during the next 7-10 days.
Wichita Area Forecast:
*** Wind Advisory: Monday 10 A.M.-1 A.M. Tuesday ***
Today: A few morning showers, then mostly sunny and breezy. Wind: SE 10-25; gusty. Height: 80.
Tonight: Partly cloudy, breezy. Wind: S 15-25; gusty. Low: 60.
Monday: Mostly sunny, windy. Wind: S 20-30; gusty. HigH: 80.
Monday night: Mostly cloudy, windy. Wind: S 20-30; gusty. Low: 65.
Tue: High: 79 Mostly overcast, windy. Late / Night Storms
Wed: High: 82 Low: 68 Showers and storms likely (sometimes severe), breezy
Thu: High: 80 Low: 63 Cloudy, thunderstorm opportunities
Fri: High: 77 Low: 54 Mostly Sunny
Sat: High: 79 Low: 52 Sunny
Sun: High: 80 Low: 58 Partly Cloudy