Published: Tue, May 28, 2019
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

Severe storms possible Monday night

Severe storms possible Monday night

Be ready for all modes of severe weather at any time however flooding continues to be the biggest concern.

Thu: High: 77 Low: 55 Mostly sunny.

Heavy thunderstorms fired up Sunday night and are pushing through early on this Memorial Day morning.

More storms are likely on Tuesday, including another risk for some to become severe.

Tomorrow is the highest concern with severe weather with storms redeveloping in the afternoon/evening. Winds could gust as high as 25 miles per hour. A few of these storms could be severe.

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Mott said it is troublesome trying to predict how much rain might fall, but that forecasters generally were expecting the storms to bring "very heavy rainfall", as it notes on its website.

The storms are expected to develop ahead of a cold front in central and eastern Kansas, and move east into the Kansas City area by late afternoon or early evening, according to the weather service. Temperatures will also return closer to average, with highs maxing out in the mid-70s.

After the storms pass, the Kansas City area will see a multi-day dry period. With less humidity, highs will still make it up near 80°.

Lows will be incredibly mild in the upper 60s with ongoing showers into Tuesday morning.

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