We’re tracking the chance for isolated storms to develop in the warmer air in South Central Kansas, then lift northeast into our viewing area this evening. Hail will be the primary threat, but a tornado cannot be ruled out with the most well-developed storms.
Lows in the middle 60s overnight before warming into the middle 80s on Thursday. Fairly humid air will help fuel some late afternoon and evening strong to severe storms late Thursday.
By Friday and into the holiday weekend, the unsettled weather pattern continues with occasional showers and storms, then clearing with warm and humid weather nearly every day.
– KSNT Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller