Wichita, Kansas 2021-05-08 09:52:56 –
It’s a quiet start this morning, but we expect big changes this afternoon.
Conditions vary depending on where you live compared to the front. You may need a jacket behind the front. Before that, the weather will be windy T-shirts. High afternoon temperatures range from the 70’s to the 90’s.
Gusts are stronger on both sides of the front. They are expected to exceed 40 mph.
The dry, warm air in the west contributes to the issuance of fire weather warnings until 8 pm tonight. Please refrain from burning outdoors until the condition improves.
Watching the storm occur in the afternoon, everyone will want to keep an eye out for the sky today. The start starts after 4 pm from the west.
The storm is initially isolated and unites late at night.
The southern tail of this system can reach Wichita, but recent models are heading north.
All dangers are at the table, including hail up to 2 inches and gusts of over 60 mph. The risk of tornadoes remains low, but it is still possible.
Tornadoes are most likely to occur from Great Bend to Manhattan, near Hatch in the south and then near Concordia in the north.
The storm will clear up by sunrise on Sunday or shortly thereafter.
The temperature will drop behind the cold front. Expected to be in their 50s and 60s by the end of the weekend and the beginning of weekdays.
Most dry on Mother’s Day until late in the evening. Another system from the west guides us on weekdays. Those in the west will see it on Sunday night, those in the east can wait until Monday morning.
This makes it rainy on Mondays. It will be cool and rainy on Tuesdays. Rain ends Wednesday through Thursday, and temperatures can eventually return to the 70s by the end of weekdays.
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