Saturday, June 20, 2020

Tornado and Thunderstorm Damaging Wind Risk for Father's Day

Believe it or not, there hasn't been a tornado or tornado watch in central Kansas this year. It is the second farthest into a year without a tornado (the record is July 2).

So, because this is the first risk of the season, I'm providing this heads up today. I'll also provide at least one update tomorrow.
The brown area has a significant risk of a couple of tornadoes.

There is a significant risk of wind gusts of 50 knots (58 mph) or higher in the yellow area. An enhanced risk exists in the red area. Isolated power failures may occur.

UPDATE: While on the topic, here is the forecast rainfall from this afternoon through 7pm Tuesday.
Other than a few areas west of U.S. 83, the wheat harvest will continue to be stalled through the middle of next week.

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