Good Wednesday morning! I hope your week has started off great and almost halfway through. Well lets dive into it. We have had a pretty calm severe weather season. We average 8-10 events by June 10th. We have actually had 6 events that just haven’t been very big so far this year. So we are a little behind. I don’t think most of you are sad about that. But, we still have about 2 weeks of severe weather season. And remember, we get a decent amount of severe weather in June. First off, lets look at today.
Warming up with temps back into the 80s but some PM isolated storms. I don’t expect this to be a big deal, but a few could be low grade severe. I do think most of us will stay dry, but I will watch them.
A big band of storms will develop tonight, but mainly stay north of us, near the KC metro through the overnight hours. But a few those could sneak in tomorrow morning. The ones that get in, will mainly be in our northern counties.
A few of these also could be low grade severe with gusty winds and some hail. It is the afternoon we really need to watch.
This is mainly late afternoon and evening. This isn’t a screaming high threat as of now, but definitely has my attention. Storms will get going by mid afternoon on the KS side stretching back into north central OK.
These will quickly go severe with a hail, wind and tornado threat. These will start working SE through the evening hours. The highest tornado threat will be in SE KS and during the late afternoon. After that, we switch to a lower tornado through and a higher wind and hail threat.
Most of these will be out of here by midnight Thursday night. I will give you a lot more information later today on this. Long range forecast below.
Next Wednesday through Saturday: Staying warm with thunderstorms late in the week with a low severe threat Thursday through Saturday.
June 6th-June 12th: A warm week with thunderstorms on Sunday. Most of the week looks good till storms by Saturday.
June 13th-19th: Another warm week with several rounds of storms during the middle of the week.