Meteorologist Mark Larson says there's more rough weather on the way to Kansas through week's end, especially overnight when large hail and destructive winds will continue to be threats.
Storms will once again develop across western Kansas this evening. Severe weather will be possible but the storms will move south and not be as intense or as widespread as Tuesday. Another area of spotty storms could also pass through northeastern Kansas early Thursday but it should fade by midday. Overnight lows will fall into the 60s under a partly to mostly cloudy sky with light winds.
Afternoon highs will top-out in the lower 90s Thursday with a fresh south breeze and a mix of clouds and sun.
Severe storms packing large hail and potentially damaging winds will threaten most of central and eastern Kansas again late Thursday night into Friday morning but once again fade or move south of our state by the afternoon.
Isolated storms will be possible Friday and Saturday nights but the daytime hours this weekend will be dry. Weekend highs will climb into the low to mid 90s statewide and it'll be very humid.
Wichita Area Forecast:
Tonight: Increasing clouds; storms possible after midnight. Wind: E/SE 5-10. Low: 69.
Tomorrow: Becoming mostly sunny. Wind: SE/S 10-15. High: 92.
Tomorrow night: Partly to mostly cloudy; more storms late. Wind: S 5-15. Low: 71.
Fri: High: 93 Partly cloudy, breezy; overnight showers/storms.
Sat: High: 95 Low: 72 Partly cloudy, breezy; overnight storms.
Sun: High: 94 Low: 72 Partly cloudy.
Mon: High: 95 Low: 73 Mostly sunny.
Tue: High: 94 Low: 73 Mostly sunny.
Wed: High: 91 Low: 72 Partly cloudy; isolated p.m. storms.