The potential for severe weather continues in Kansas for yet another day, with more chances for severe storms and tornadoes. The most severe weather is likely to develop in western Kansas, according to Chad Omitt, with the National Weather Service in Topeka. But he says that by this evening, those storms could begin moving northeast.
These storms could bring isolated tornadoes, as well as high winds, hail and heavy rain. Omitt says there will be yet another chance for severe weather in Kansas tomorrow (THUR).