Severe storms possible Monday night

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If you have outdoor plans, you may need to move inside. Winds could gust as high as 25 miles per hour. Most storms have remained below severe limits, but are becoming a bit stronger in SW Iowa and NW Missouri.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance for thunderstorms. Well we may have 3 days (Wednesday-Friday) to do so otherwise a chance of storms exist the other 5 days in the extended forecast.

After a mainly dry and very nice holiday weekend our chance for showers and storms increases for Memorial Day. High temperatures Monday climb into the low to mid 70s inland, mid to upper 60s at the coast. A few storms will pop up around the noon hour with late thunderstorms on the radar after dark, into 2am Wednesday. The tornado threat is low but not impossible. Winds S 5-15 miles per hour. Afternoon highs top out in the middle 70s before stormy weather arrives.

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Tomorrow night: Storms end then decreasing clouds. All modes of severe weather would be a concern especially in the afternoon with storms redeveloping.

A cold front on Tuesday is expected to spark another round of afternoon showers and storms across the eastern half of the State of Kansas.

Highs will be a touch cooler in the mid-80s on Monday.