WICHITA, Kansas — Another round of severe thunderstorms is expected later today and tonight across the western and northern portions of the state. On Tuesday, the threat will shift to the eastern half of the state. All forms of severe weather are possible from large hail to damaging winds to tornadoes. Keep an eye to the sky the next couple of days!
After the severe weather passes, much cooler air will spread across the state bringing snow to parts of Kansas and cold temperatures for all. Several inches of snow will be possible in the far northwestern portion of the KSN viewing area. In addition, widespread frost and freeze are possibly by Thursday morning, so tender plants will need protection.
As the severe weather develops, count on KSN and ksn.com to keep you up to date!