KSStorm.Info Briefing: March 26, 2022

A five-star weather weekend is expected across Kansas, with temps warming into the 80s early next week. We're also watching what could be the season's first severe weather event Tuesday afternoon & evening.
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A great Spring weekend is on tap for the entire area, with seasonal temps and light winds. Highs today and Sunday will be in the 60s. A warm front will move through the area Sunday night, leading to an increase in south winds and bringing temps in the 80s to near 90 for all areas Monday and Tuesday.

A storm system moves out into the Plains during the day Tuesday, dragging a dryline east to about the Highway 281 corridor by mid-afternoon. Expecting to see scattered storms develop in the warm sector during the late afternoon and evening hours on Tuesday. In their morning update, SPC continues to have central and eastern Kansas highlighted in the threat for severe weather. While it’s too early to get into specifics, the wind profile does appear favorable for scattered strong storms. For model watchers, Tuesday comes into view of the slightly higher resolution NAM model today, so we’ll begin to have some tangible idea on how things will evolve. Look for greater detail regarding Tuesday in my update tomorrow.

Once the storm chances pass by, stratiform rain chances will continue into Tuesday night and Wednesday as a cold front moves through and switches winds to the north. Wednesday could be a very windy day for western Kansas, with gusts once again approaching 50 mph. Highs for Wednesday and into the first few days of April will only be in the mid 50s.

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