Warm End to the Week, Slightly Cooler for Start of Next Week, Much Cooler Tuesday

It will be warm end to this week. High temperatures from Thursday through Saturday will average between the lower 80’s in southeast Kansas to the lower 90’s in central Kansas. This is about 5 to 8 degrees above normal for this time of year. Temperatures will moderate slightly to start next week. High temperatures on … Read more

Slightly Below Normal Temperatures Wednesday, Warming Trend the Rest of the Week

Slightly below normal temperatures are expected on Wednesday. Highs in the middle 70’s. A few scattered showers may linger over southeast Kansas in the morning. Here is the three day forecast for Thursday through Saturday. Mainly dry conditions can be expected for Thursday and Friday. A warming trend can be expected with highs of 80 … Read more

Thunderstorms Possible Saturday Night into Sunday Morning

Showers and thunderstorms will develop this afternoon and into the overnight in Western Kansas. This thunderstorm activity will slowly move to the east and into Central Kansas during the overnight tonight. Western Kansas could have some scattered severe thunderstorms but as the activity moves into Central Kansas, severe storms become less likely. Tonight – A … Read more

Heavy Rainfall Possible Sunday Evening through Sunday Night

Scattered to numerous thunderstorms are expected to develop along the Interstate 70 corridor late Sunday afternoon or Sunday evening and then develop and move southeastward across central Kansas Sunday night. Where thunderstorms form, very heavy rainfall is expected to occur, and may lead to rises on creeks and rivers. Flash flooding may also occur as … Read more

Wet Start to the Work Week

An active pattern of showers and thunderstorms is in store for the first half of the work week. Although some strong to marginally severe storms are possible throughout the period, widespread severe weather appears low at this time. However, very heavy rain and flooding could become a concern for some areas. Temperatures will be cooler … Read more

Heat Advisory Issued for Friday and Saturday

Heat Advisory

HEAT ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM NOON FRIDAY TO 8 PM CDT SATURDAY… For the counties of: Saline, McPherson, Marion, Chase, Republic, Washington, Marshall, Cloud, Clay, Ottawa, Dickinson and Morris. Including the cities of: Salina, McPherson, Hillsboro, Marion, Peabody, Cottonwood Falls, Strong City, Belleville, Washington, Hanover, Clifton, Linn, Greenleaf, Marysville, Concordia, Clay Center, Minneapolis, Bennington, Tescott, … Read more

Some Risk for Severe Thunderstorms This Evening; Hot Weather Likely Returns Next Week

There is an increasing risk for severe thunderstorms this afternoon into the evening. The main threats for these storms are baseball sized hail or larger and 80 mph winds. Wind driven large hail is definitely a concern with this activity. A tornado cannot be ruled out. Locally heavy rainfall could produce minor or lowland flooding. … Read more

Strong Winds, Chance of Storms This Afternoon through Tonight

Strong winds are expected to develop this afternoon across portions of central and south central Kansas and continue tonight, while also spreading across southeast Kansas. The strongest gusts of 50 to 60 mph are expected west of the Kansas turnpike. High Wind Warnings are in effect through Wednesday morning. More information on these warnings can … Read more