Good Thursday morning Weather Watchers! 

A shout out to Weather Watchers Melanie Banks and Jaime Herber for SHARING THEIR WEATHER!! They posted these images yesterday of Shelf clouds approaching their communities. GREAT JOB!

 Melanie’s picture:
Jaime’s picture:

 

One othe picture yesterday that stood out was this one that we took in Western KS-  a Wheat field with White caps!! 

 
Keep SHARING YOUR WEATHER–IT KEEPS PEOPLE SAFE…THANK YOU!!

Today’s Weather:

A STRONG cold front will be making its way across the State this late this afternoon into this evening. Thunderstorms will form ahead of the front- I don’t think the Storms will be widespread- ( not everyone will get wet) I do expect a few clusters of Severe storms early- a hail threat followed by a Heavy rain and wind threat. 

DO NOT CROSS ROADS THAT ARE FLOODED! 

Saturday:

Dry with highs in the 70s, North winds 10-20mph. Lows in the 50s.

Sunday: 

Dry with highs again in the 70s. 

Mon-Wed:

Dry, Windy and Humid with Highs in the 80s. 

JUNE-JULY:

A more summer like pattern looks to set up. We are forecasting a Very Warm period from the end of the second week of June through the first week to 10 days of July followed by a wetter/cooler than average July. This is following our Long Range forecasting technique. 

What do YOU think of that forecast?? WILL IT HAPPEN??

Time will tell…..

Continue to SHARE YOUR WEATHER!
Thanks everyone- if you have weather questions please ask! We are all here to learn!