It’s one of the warmest mornings we’ve seen in a while as temperatures have climbed to near 80 degrees at noon. Skies are clear for the most part, and the weather should remain dry for most of the state during the daylight hours.
Storms will begin to form in Southwest Kansas late his afternoon. Those storms will travel into the panhandle of our state by early evening. Some of those storms could be severe, with damaging winds, large hail and tornadoes all a threat. There is a possibility that those storms will persist overnight and travel southeast through the western and central portions of the state.
Afternoon thunderstorms are still possible through the weekend. Then, it looks like drier weather will finally make it back into the area. Also, it looks like it will warm up nicely for the first full week of June. Some models have us over 90 degrees by next Thursday.