Williams’s Wrap: Wet Work Week Ahead

It’s going to be hot and humid Sunday but at least there will be much more sunshine.  Have water nearby as highs jump into the low 90s by the afternoon, feels like temperatures will near 100.  Clear skies and summer heat continue into Monday.


Late Monday night and into Tuesday, a cold front will trigger some storm activity across the area.  Some storms could be strong to severe and bring damaging winds and large hail.  The tornado threat is pretty low at this time and will be higher over Iowa and Minnesota.  Northwest Missouri and Northeast Kansas will be the first ones to see some storms roll through during the late evening.  Developing storms are expected to drift south towards the Metro during the overnight and early Tuesday which could affect the morning commute.


A few scattered storms could linger through Tuesday and early Wednesday.  By Wednesday night, attention will shift to flooding concerns as heavy rainfall looks likely.  Rain/t-storm chances continue into the weekend but so far, it looks our wet pattern will pack the most punch between Monday night and Wednesday night.


Ronelle Williams
Meteorologist (CBM) | KCTV5 News
4500 Shawnee Mission Pkwy
Fairway, KS 66205
T: 913-677-7235

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