Scattered t-storms possible for Sunday
Severe threat staying just to our west
With more moisture being pulled in for a warm Sunday, we’re setting the stage for scattered t-storms to return. As a cold front begins to push into western Kansas and an upper-level wave starts to push out of the Rockies, that will spawn strong to severe t-storms for a portion of the Central Plains and Upper Midwest. A slight risk is outlined for much of Kansas, western Oklahoma, western Texas, southeast Nebraska, northwestern Missouri, southern Minnesota and much of Iowa. Storms that turn severe for the afternoon and evening will be capable of mainly large hail and damaging winds.
For us, scattered t-storms that develop during the day will be ahead of the approaching cold front and well ahead of the upper level energy. That means we’ll have some t-storms with potentially some moderate to heavy pockets of rain late in the afternoon and into the evening. Nothing severe is expected.