## UPDATED FORECAST 10:15PM ## 

The short term HRRR Model now shows Showers/Very light rain developing over SW Kansas with a line of elevated Thunderstorms developing along a NW/SE boundary:

9am


The image above is 6am:

We have not seen any development out West as models were depicting earlier so this solution could be possible as Warm humid air is being drawn up from the Southeast overnight- i.e. warm air advection. This warm and humid air could be triggered by this piece of energy aiding in the development of the storms.

CONFIDENCE IS LOW ON THIS FORECAST

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Hi Weather Watchers!

A piece of energy will likely kick off a small complex of Thunderstorms late tonight in Western KS, along the KS/CO line. This complex will move East into South Central KS prior to dawn as it begins to turn Southeast right around the I-135 corridor. These little pieces of energy can move 20-40 miles either way- let’s look at where models have the system tracking….


Severe Potential shows up Sunday along with HIGH OCTANE Gulf Moisture- it’s gonna be moist Sunday-

Severe potential will be present most of the work week, especially over the Eastern 2/3rds of the State. Hail and Strong winds will be the biggest threat Sunday.