A Sign of What’s to Come

Thunderstorms continue to develop along a stationary boundary in southern Kansas. The storms are stronger north of the boundary, and are mainly staying in Kansas. Some storms have slipped into extreme northern Oklahoma and are producing some heavy rain and gusty winds up to 50mph.

This boundary will stay put tonight and overnight before pushing through our area on Sunday. There obviously is some rain will this system, but there is also some cooler air as well, especially in the vicinity of thunderstorms. Look at what the rain has done to the temperatures around Woods and Alfalfa counties.

Nothing like a 25 degree temperature drop to take the edge off the heat! I do expect that temperatures could drop into 80s around the heavier storms, but all of us should see highs at least fall back into the low 90s by Monday. It sure will be nice to break this extremely hot and dry streak.



One Response

  1. I predicted 12. If I win, do I get a tour of the weather center, meet everyone, and get autographs?

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