Hi Weather Watchers!!

Lots going on so we wanted to provide you with a brief post about what to expect TODAY & SATURDAY!

ENHANCED RISK

WIND THREAT IS GREATEST

ISOLATED HAIL THREAT UP TO GOLF BALL SIZE WEST OF I-135-

Most significant threat over Western and Southwestern KS

**THERE COULD BE A TORNADO THREAT IN WEST CENTRAL KS** a left over outflow boundary from last nights and early morning storms is in the area and could enhance storms that interact with that boundary.

Storms should form around 4-5pm

They will continue to grow upscale into a MCS – Mesoscale Convective System.

These systems will put down heavy rain and could be rowdy until they get East of the I-135 corridor.

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Saturday’s System will develop in North Central Kansas:

We will be watching this CLOSELY as the area of Low Pressure will track East along the KS/NE border- producing VERY LARGE HAIL and the potential for a few Tornadoes.

6pm Saturday: