Wichita, Kansas 2021-05-07 16:31:01 –
Morning showers and storms moved eastward, almost out of sight. Lyon, Greenwood and Elk County will be dealing with the storm for the time being, but it looks dry this afternoon. Highs this afternoon peak in the 70’s and 80’s. Warmer temperatures are expected where the wind is strong and more sunlight fills the sky. This afternoon, our attention turned west and the storm was already bubbling on the pan handle. They track north to Kansas. These storms can be on the stronger side. Marginal risk is issued to the west. The most likely to exceed a serious threshold is the pan handle, which poses a small risk. Sprinkle once or twice late tonight may reach Wichita, but most stay south and west. Tomorrow morning there will be showers or storms in the north-central counties, but the Kansas City area is preferred.
The big story is the widespread and severe weather threat for tomorrow. Most of our counties pose a slight risk, except for counties far to the west. Watch out for storms that begin in the warmest part of the day along the cold front. The storms are more widespread and scattered in the evening. You may still need an umbrella on Sunday morning, but the storm will soon disappear. The greatest dangers are large hail and strong winds. Tornadoes and local floods cannot be ruled out. Sunday temperatures fall in the 1950s and 1960s. Due to the busy weekdays until Thursday and Friday, we have a hard time keeping warm.
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