KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Scattered t-storms will continue for the late afternoon over Kansas City. So far, we haven't had any severe t-storm warnings and we have received between 1/3" - 1" across the metro. Another 1/4" - 1" is possible through morning. This won't break the drought, but it'll help things considerably.
As far as severe weather goes, this afternoon a severe t-storm watch was issued for central Kansas. T-storms were firing strong within this area near Salina and Wichita - about 200 miles away from KC. While those storms may be strong now, if and/or when they make it to Kansas City after 8 p.m., they'll likely have weakened considerably.
While more t-storms are likely this evening in the area, the chance for severe weather is low. We're still going to watch in case tonight's t-storms could be severe, and we'll let you know if and when that should happen.
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