Wichita, Kansas 2021-05-12 07:34:56 –
Storm tracker radar isn’t as busy this morning, but you can’t rule out sprinkling or showering while you’re spending the day before. But most of us remain dry.
Some suns can escape from the clouds when they are mostly cloudy to partially cloudy. Any sun we get doesn’t help warm us much, but the maximum temperatures are below average in the 1950s and 1960s. Anyone heading to Riverfront Stadium again tonight will want to get a jacket.
After sunset, showers and storms in the northwest are unlikely, but most of the nights are dry, which shortens the window of opportunity. The lows will return to the 30s and 40s.
The high temperatures continue to rise from here, warming comfortably in the 70’s and 80’s later this week. However, another volatile trend begins, with more storms instead of harmless showers.
Most of Thursday is dry and partly sunny. By late afternoon and evening, several storms will be released from Nebraska to northern Kansas. Near the state border, strong to heavy storms can occur. Gusts are the main threat. Rain showers and storms can reach further south points all night and Friday.
Rain showers or storms occur in central and eastern Kansas on Fridays. By late afternoon and evening, a new storm will come from the west. There can be severe isolated storms that can damage gusts and hail. The slight risk of bad weather includes all of western Kansas and parts of central Kansas.
Rain and roar last from night to Saturday. This storm trend continues from the end of Saturday to Sunday and until the beginning of next week. At the end of the week, it’s important to pay attention to the weather.
Storm Track 3 Forecast: Drier skies and a slow warm-up Source link Storm Track 3 Forecast: Drier skies and a slow warm-up