T-storm chances picking up tonight
Severe threat staying away, though
With our next upper level low coming out of the Rockies and a cold front working across the state of Kansas, that has fired up severe t-storms this afternoon and evening to our north and mainly to our west. Parts of northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri had severe t-storms earlier this afternoon with a few t-storms around Fort Scott, Pittsburg and Stockton Lake. For much of the evening, any severe weather has stayed within the outlined slight risk for much of Kansas and down into western Oklahoma and western/central Texas. The storms out that way will continue to be severe with large hail and high wind being the main threats until they start to weaken overnight. With potential outflow from those storms heading our way overnight, that could contribute to scattered rain and t-storms overnight. Our severe weather chances, through, remain very low.