Good morning Weather Watchers.

Many are likely scratching their heads wondering what happened yesterday.  The SPC (Storm Prediction Center) had a large area of the Central Plains listed as an Enhanced Severe threat area including the Northeast quarter of Kansas. 

Thunderstorms formed along North South portion of the Cold front during the afternoon and the

We had a STRONG CAP in place until mid evening when Storms began to develop in the Northeast as the Low Level Jet kicked in.


This is a radar estimate for the precip that fell last night. The dark Green color( S of Emporia) represents close t0.5″. The lighter green color that appears just South of Hutchinson represents around 1-1.5″. The lightest Green colors represent 1.5″, the Yellow represents 2″.

Is the radar right? Let us know your totals. 

Today will be a nice day, temps in the 70s and 80s with very low humidities.

We begin a subtle warm up in Western sections by Tuesday. Seasonal to slightly above normal temps in the mid 80s will be the rule through Thursday the end of the week.

The next decent chance of rain comes Thursday into Friday with SLIGHT chances Tuesday night and Ssturday night.

This is them Vort Max that will move through Thursday.


Questions, let us know!