Good morning Weather Watchers.

The Storm Prediction Center has an Enhanced Risk of Severe Storms for VERY LARGE HAIL over the Northeast 1/4 of the Sunflower State.

THE STORMS WILL BE VERY SCATTERED…

Models are not agreeing on how things will play out this afternoon into evening.

It is somewhat of a complicated set-up.

There are 2 features that will affect our Weather today.

A cool front is draped across Southern Nebraska…let’s look:

We are fairly confident that areas along and South of US56 should remain dry. It is something we will have to keep an eye on.

A Lee-side Low develops in SE Colorado with a dry line extending South/Southwest. Scattered storms will develop late afternoon along the dry-line.

Most of South Central and Southeast areas of Kansas will remain Capped… A lid that will prevent Thunderstorm development.

A Summer pattern is setting up for a few days.

Expect temperatures in the mid 90s West and Central- and upper 80s to around 90 East.

South winds at 15-25mph are likely over the next few days with muggy conditions.

We will see chances of Thunderstorms coming back into the forecast Sunday or Monday – as a cool front moves through.

The pattern continues to cycle…. we will be coming back into an active period – will provide you more details in the next couple of days.

Questions- please ask

Weather Watchers