Cold Front To Cool Things Off
KSAL Staff - September 9, 2014 6:20 am
After another hot and breezy day on Tuesday, expect big changes for the rest of the week.
According to the National Weather Swrvice, A strong cold front will usher in Canadian air driving temperatures 20 to 30 degrees below normal through the rest of the work-week.
The cold front will also bring with it the possibility of severe weather in parts of the state. Thunderstorms are expected to develop over north central and northeast Kansas sometime Tuesday afternoon and continue into the evening. The storms may produce damaging winds of 60 to 70 MPH, large hail the size of golf balls and larger, and even a tornado to two.
If severe storms develop, it appears they will impact the area mainly between 4 and 10 PM. While storms are expected to continue into the early morning hours of Wednesday, they should weaken and the chances for severe weather diminish during the overnight hours.
Temperatures will begin to moderate by the weekend.