Wichita, Kansas 2021-03-12 07:32:56 –
Rain showers and storm clusters occur in the area, and the range of rain increases as the morning progresses. In the northwestern part of this morning, winter mixes are possible as temperatures approach below freezing. When temperatures exceed freezing, this should shift to the possibility of rain.
There were already some warnings about gusts of 60-70 mph and small hail. Serious isolated threats continue today and are concentrated in the south.
Our south-covered fronts keep our weather alive for several days. It doesn’t move much, so it rains regularly, but sometimes it can rain heavily. Anyone in a flood-prone area should closely monitor the situation. The flood warning is valid until 1 pm on Sunday.
It rains two to four inches in a significant part of the area, and today’s rainfall is just the beginning. It doesn’t always rain, but you should keep your rain gear on hand all day long. Clouds and rain keep us cool in our 40s and 50s.
Rain showers and storms that turn on and off continue all night, with minimum temperatures in the 30s and 40s.
Serious risks on Saturday should be carefully monitored. This is another isolated threat primarily to hail and wind, but we cannot rule out an isolated tornado further south near the Kansas / Oklahoma line.
On Sundays, low pressure systems rise in the area and the dry slots are not as humid as they move from the southwest. Until Monday, rain and rain / snow showers can occur even in low pressure systems.
Another system will start moving from the west at the end of Tuesday, giving you a chance to shower in the rain / snow until Wednesday. Highs are mainly in the 1950s.
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