Suchan Says: More Storms Tonight

Radar

Storms out west push east and into our area well after midnight

Storms in western Kansas have been intense producing tornadoes and large hail.  Over the next several hours they will congeal into more of a cluster of storms that will begin to push east.  This will change the threat to mainly hail and wind gusts rather than tornadic supercells by the time they arrive in our area.

Still, a couple storms capable of large hail and brief strong wind gusts will be possible early Wednesday.  They should weaken and move out of the area by early afternoon.  Afterwards, I will be closely watching to see if any isolated storms pop up late day.  There should be a decent cap (warmer temperatures aloft) in place preventing storms from towering through.  However, if they’re able to punch through the cap, there is a high chance of severe weather.

Plan on the highest rain / storm chance in the first half of the day then diminishing to only an isolated chance late day (if that hopefully).

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Morning showers and storms

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Afternoon, partly cloudy with only an isolated storm chance

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Evening, scattered clouds with only a very low storm chance if cap builds in and holds

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Chris Suchan
Chief Meteorologist
KCTV5/KSMO

Twitter:  @ChrisSuchanKCTV
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