Marginal chances for severe weather are forecast for the next three days, but by far the most of us will remain dry. Some night time storm activity can’t be ruled out, but overall surface moisture is lacking somewhat for a threat of severe weather.
The big weather story of the next five days will be the drastic cool down this weekend. In fact, if you are traveling to Colorado this first weekend after school gets out, be ready to encounter some fairly significant snowfall. It won’t stick around long, but some areas could see up to a foot of wet snow.
Meanwhile in Kansas, temps Saturday will struggle into the 60’s, with low 50’s more realistic far west and northwest. Lows Saturday night in the 30’s west to upper 40’s for most locations. We’re watching models for the Monday time frame, as we’re starting to see signals for a widespread rain event.