KSStorm.Info Briefing: Monday, Oct 11

Storms exit stage right by midday. Sunny and pleasant the rest of the day and evening. Tomorrow will see increasing humidity with severe storms developing by sunset and pushing east through the night.

Much of Kansas received beneficial rain during the overnight hours, fortunately the state avoided severe weather for the most part. Today, the day in between two storms systems, will be nice statewide. Rain exits the east by noon or shortly after, and the region will be sunny and dry in the wake of the frontal passage. Nearly 1/3 of the state is in an ENHANCED severe weather risk tomorrow, for nighttime storms with all risks on the table. Here’s a look at the current SPC outlook:

SPC severe weather outlook for Kansas 2021-10-12 issued 2121-10-11

More details on the risk, timing, etc. later this morning.

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