T-storms stick with us for Thursday
A low severe threat to watch as well
Our main cold front will be working across the state of Kansas as we get Thursday underway. On top of that, the main upper level low that’s been sitting out to the west for the past several days will also be working across the Central Plains for Thursday. This one-two punch will start our Thursday morning out with strong to severe t-storms for parts of the area. Any of the stronger t-storms in the morning will be capable of some high wind gusts and some large hail.
Late Thursday morning could serve as a little break in the action before scattered t-storms return for Thursday afternoon. We’ll have to see how much the atmosphere can recover in between Thursday morning’s t-storms and the expected afternoon round. If the atmosphere can recover for Thursday afternoon, we have a slight (or low) risk of severe weather from the US 69 corridor eastward. The main threats for the afternoon t-storms look to be primarily large hail and some high wind gusts. We’ll continue to keep an eye on Thursday’s setup for you.