Here is what the U.S. GFS model's 10-day rainfall forecast for the Kansas region looked like from the model run from data through 1pm this afternoon.
Hopefully, the models are correct that the rain will be spread out over a number of days so flooding can be minimized.
Without criticizing other meteorologists, there was a TV station in Wichita that downplayed the potential for heavy rains during their 6 o'clock newscast this evening. I disagree. Everything I see, outside of northeast Kansas, indicates substantial rains, perhaps excessive rains in some locations, over the wheat belt the next ten days.