Let’s show you what we are looking at.

We have been telling you about a developing dry-line in Central KS. This is the time of day where those boundaries begin to sharpen or become very distinct. 

Let’s look at current conditions- you will be able to see the difference in air masses.

The Brown dotted  line represents the difference between a dry airmass to the West and a moist airmass to the East. Southwest winds on the West side and South/Southeast on the East side. 

 
  
This tells us the CAPE or energy that is available for Thunderstorms that develop 
The dry-line developed along I-135 and has moved West/Northwest as the area of strong Low pressure in the Nebraska panhandle draws moisture up from the Gulf.  Remember a CAP or Lid is in place around 3-5K feet above the surface that will likely prevent widespread storms to develop. 

There is a SMALL potential that a couple storms could form along the dry-line. If they do they would likely affect areas WEST of I-135, South of I-70 and East of US281-a very small area…

CHANCES OF SHOWERS AND A FEW THUNDERSTORMS ARE BETTER TOMORROW… No severe weather