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Storms through weekend; severe weather threat Sunday

Storms through weekend; severe weather threat Sunday

A few showers will be possible in south central Kansas, but the best chance for rain will be in southeastern Kansas overnight. Monday, temperatures stay nice, in the low 70s over the Front Range and plains.

SATURDAY EVENING/NIGHT: A bigger batch or line of storms is going to move in from the west during the evening. Lows will be in the lower 40s on Tuesday and lower 50s on Wednesday. By the evening, a strong line of storms is likely to develop along the PA-OH border and track eastward.

Scattered rain & isolated thunderstorms are possible for the morning hours.

The second round moves through late Saturday night into Sunday morning.

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The first batch of rain is expected to arrive Friday afternoon or in the early evening, ahead of a cold front that will be moving across our region, the National Weather Service said. Wind turn briefly to the southeast in the morning which many be enough to help us warm into the 50s, however temperatures will quickly crash in the afternoon, with many spots falling into the 30s by late afternoon. A few showers are possible in the afternoon before our next system slides in Sunday night into Monday. This means that within the outlook area widespread severe thunderstorms are likely. Our average high this time of year is around 60 degrees.

It will be a wet start for runners and spectators at the Boston Marathon, but we could see some dry breaks at times. Temperatures will be cold, with lows in the upper 20s.

Air temperatures should be warming up into the mid-70s and could even reach the upper 70s in places where the sun pokes through the clouds, Staarmann said. Nice spring weather is on the way for the midweek period.