Good morning Weather Watchers!

We truly escaped the significant Severe Weather and widespread flooding that many of our neighboring States are still dealing with . 

12-18″ of rainfall in a widespread area from OKC South to the DFW metro areas. Water rescues are continuing. 

The upper level low was very intense- the surface low wasn’t as strong at the right time as it slowed down and hung back causing timing issues – that is why we escaped the most severe storms. 

Return flow begins Wednesday as an area of Strong High pressure moves from on top of us to East of us – its clockwise flow will begin to send moisture North. By Wednedsay a warm front/boundary moves North bringing more rich moisture into Kansas. You should feel the stickiness increase Wed/Thursday. 

  
Severe Weather chances increase for Fri-Sun with Sat having the potential for an outbreak day. 

This is the upper wind flow which is a must have for Severe Weather-    
This shows dewpoints close to 70 in many areas. Something we were missing this last storm – higher dewpoints lead to increased instability.

 
The SPC has already issued advisories Friday and Saturday–

Things can change-so stay tuned!! Especially if you have Graduations and Graduation parties scheduled for this weekend. 

   

THANK YOU WEATHER WATCHERS FOR TRUSTING US!

60,000 visits were made to our site in 3 days last week. 8000 interactions! 

We will leave you with an image from our chase Saturday along the dryline in SW Kansas. Can you see the wall cloud?? This was in Meade County… It eventually dropped a Tornado that was rain wrapped. 

  
   

Thanks for checking in—

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Have a good day!!

FROST POTENTIAL TONIGHT WEST OF US281 North of US56.