KSHB 41 Weather | Dry tonight, Hot Tuesday, T-Storms Tuesday Evening/Night

Active weather continues all week with several rounds of thunderstorms expected
and last updated 2024-07-01 23:23:29-04


  • Heat Advisory for Tuesday for heat index values around 110°.
  • The active weather pattern lasts all week with several rounds of thunderstorms through Thursday
  • An increased severe threat is expected Tuesday & Thursday afternoon and evenings


Tonight: Mostly clear, warm overnight and breezy.
Low: 76°
Wind: S-SE 15-30 mph

Tuesday: Very hot, humid and breezy. Thunderstorms develop along a front in the late afternoon and evening across northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri. These could turn strong to severe with wind, hail and a tornado possible, especially for areas north of 36-HWY.
High: 95° Heat Index: 105-115°
Wind: S-SW 15-30 mph

Tuesday Night: Periods of rain and thunderstorms likely. Severe weather will be the main threat initially then it transitions to a flash flooding threat.
Low: 67°
Wind: Gusty in T-Storms

Wednesday: Periods of showers and thunderstorms likely. The main threat is flash flooding.
High: 80°
Wind: Gusty in T-Storms

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