Salina, KS

Now: 61 °

Currently: Clouds

Hi: 61 ° | Lo: 49 °

Much Needed Rain on Horizon

Todd PittengerMarch 11, 2021

After multiple days of dry, windy, unseasonably mild weather a change is coming.

According to the National Weather Service after a cooler day Thursday with hig temperatures in the upper 50s a wet change is anticipated.

The agency says Friday night through Sunday will see a series of showers and thunderstorms across the region. Some of these storms may have persistent moderate to heavy rain.

An average of 2-4 inches of rain is expected Friday night through Sunday.

River flooding and lowland flooding is a distinct possibility during this time. Do not drive across flooded road ways.

IMPACTS:

  • Many low water crossing will flood
  • Creeks and streams will overflow banks causing flooding of adjacent roads and land
  • Hydroplaning may occur with water on roads
  • Torrential rainfall will cause low visibility while driving

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