May 11: High-End…or Not

A low-intensity chase on what had been forecast as a potential high-end day. Along with some frustration at the NWS Warning decision process.

A night of Shelfies

A low-key evening of storm spotting and reporting, with a number of great shelf cloud shots and ending with several minutes of continuous rolling thunder.

Let it Rain

time lapse photography of water hitting left palm

(Guest Post) When a farmer prays for rain, there’s more people praying for the opposite.

We expect to remain capped, but…

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: . A low spinning through northern Kansas, a possibility of storms producing hail and tornadoes near it, then a dryline in south central and southeast Kansas, followed by a cold front which will crash through the state tonight. Twice we’ve had nothing significant from it.

Watching the Weather

If watching the weather isn’t already part of your spring routine, now’s a good time to add it to your to-do list so you’re prepared to act if it becomes necessary.

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