Severe storms will once again be possible over central and eastern Kansas for Sunday, including the possibility for hail, high winds, and a few tornadoes.
Overnight, storms will continue moving east and should be weakening with time. Lows will be in the 50s and 60s and it will be staying humid.
Sunday should be mainly dry in the morning, but high humidity and some sunshine should help develop storms by mid to late afternoon. The greatest potential for tornadoes will be along and east of I-135. Large hail to baseball size will be possible with the stronger storms. Highs will be in the 80s for much of the state.
The severe threat will be shifting farther east for Monday, but may still include some of southeast Kansas.
Temperatures will cool down some for the start of next with highs falling back into the upper 70s.
Wichita Area Forecast:
Overnight: Scattered storms, then mostly cloudy and breezy. Wind: SE 15-25; gusty. Low: 68.
Sunday: Morning clouds/few showers or storms, then partly cloudy. Severe storms redeveloping by afternoon. Wind: SE/S 15-25; gusty. High: 87.
Sunday night: Strong to severe storms possible, then turning partly cloudy. Wind: SW 5-15. Low: 60.
Mon: High: 79 Partly cloudy; late day scattered showers/storms.
Tue: High: 77 Low: 58 Partly cloudy. Chance of storms.
Wed: High: 78 Low: 56 Partly cloudy.
Thu: High: 80 Low: 58 Partly cloudy with some overnight storms.
Fri: High: 81 Low: 61 Mostly cloudy; a few afternoon showers/storms.
Sat: High: 83 Low: 63 Mostly sunny; a few showers/storms overnight.
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