Wichita, Kansas 2021-05-05 07:06:20 –
Today there will be showers and storms as another mayhem occurs. Not everyone sees the rain, and sometimes the sun shines, but it’s still worth paying attention to the Storm Tracker radar.
After the early morning cold, today’s highest temperatures warm in the 1960s and 1970s, with some cloudy skies.
Thunder can occur several times, especially this afternoon and evening, but bad weather is not expected. Showers continue to track from west to east throughout the night.
There may be showers, mostly eastern, or showers at the beginning of Thursday, but the rest of the day is dry and partially sunny.
We see more warming on weekends, but when temperatures peak and then plummet in the 1960s, we see another system being introduced.
The Storm Forecast Center put a marginal risk of stormy weather to the west at the end of Friday. Stronger storms can be hail and gusts.
Unstable stretches last throughout the weekend, and perhaps until mid-next week, with showers and storms.
We are already looking forward to the Wichita Wind Surge home opener. It looks like it could rain, but for now the time is on our side. It is important to keep the latest forecasts up-to-date, as it takes several days before the possibility of active weather. Other updates from the Storm Track 3 Weather Team.
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