After 6pm and into the evening and overnight the area of storms will move east and mainly affect the far northern tiered counties of Kansas but certainly isolated storms are possible elsewhere in an isolated nature. The large enhanced risk region extends from Texas to Missouri and includes major cities such as Oklahoma City; Wichita, Kansas; and Kansas City, Missouri.
Otherwise, the weather tries to quiet down late tonight with a mostly cloudy sky and low temperatures in the 60s.
An active jet stream is setting up an active storm pattern that will move over the USA heartland and produce multiple days of severe weather starting Monday and continuing through Wednesday. A swath from Central Kansas to Southern Iowa is expected to feel the impact, including large hail, damaging wind, and even the possibility of tornadoes. The south wind will still be a bit on the breezy side, as well, sustained at about 10 to 20 miles per hour through the night.
After enjoying about a little more than a week of lovely spring weather, the Omaha-metro area braced for its first bout of severe weather, projected to roll into the area late Tuesday afternoon. Again all modes of severe weather will be possible so be ready for anything.
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May is essentially considered the start of severe weather season for Colorado.
Otherwise, expect Wednesday to see some breaks of sunshine early on in the day as the humidity rises and temperatures max out in the 80s.
There is now an enhanced risk of severe weather for Wednesday. If any stronger storms were to pop up on Thursday, the chance would be more so confined to the eastern half of the region.