Good evening Weather Watchers! 

We are still expecting significant rainfall – however – we are seeing trends that show the heavy rainfall axis has moved around 50-60 miles to the East. 

Here is the latest forecast from the WPC. Even in its latest run you can tell it has shifted the heavier rainfall slightly to the East. 

 
Still expecting rain/Thunderstorms overnight tonight as the front to our South moves back North. 

The instability doesn’t look as strong for tomorrow in Central KS as models had initially forecast. We are still forecasting on and off showers and embedded Thunderstorms West of I-135 and more convection towards the Flint Hills where better instability will exist. 

  
 For our farming friends it looks as though the Western 2/3rds of the State should dry out and warm up by midweek next week- WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR LATE AFTERNOON/OVERNIGHT Storms with the potential for ongoing flooding in the Eastern 1/3 of the State. 

FORECASTS CAN AND DO CHANGE—

PLEASE STAY TUNED–

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect until Sunday for the following areas:

 
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!!TURN AROUND DONT DROWN!!