Severe Weather Possible Sunday Evening

SEVERE WEATHER
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Highlights

Expected Weather:  Strong to Severe thunderstorms will be possible this evening.

 

Areas Affected:  North Central and Northeast Kansas.

 

Timing:  After 6 PM.

 

Expected Hazards:  Large hail, Damaging winds in excess of 70 mph, and Tornadoes will be possible.

 

Weather Discussion

An upper level system will move through the Central Plains and lift a warm front across Kansas. A strong cap (warm air aloft) will keep thunderstorms from developing until early this evening. Thunderstorms will initially develop near a warm front along and north of Highway 24.  Additional thunderstorm development in Central Kansas is expected with these thunderstorms tracking northeast into North Central and Northeast Kansas.

 

 

 

Potential Impacts

  Large hail, Damaging winds in excess of 70 mph, and Tornadoes will be possible. Locally heavy rainfall could cause flash flooding.

 

 

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