5:53PM Enjoying a really nice break from storms–but the heat and humidity are still in full force. It appears we’ll remain windy and warm through Friday–possibly making it through Friday Football Fever games–before milder temperatures and showers and storms return for the weekend. Check your plans with us coming up on KSN News at 6 or anytime here on KSN.com.
4:49PM Coming up on KSN News at 5, we’re ready to enjoy a nice breather from storms as wonderful summer weather should hold for a while! Of course you know the next round of changes will be perfectly timed to cause you headaches for weekend outdoor plans…. Join us for your updated forecast or check anytime here on KSN.com.
10:35PM Warm and little muggy to start the new work week. Summer heat is on this week! You full forecast coming up on KSN News at 10!
8:22PM A nice night so far with temperatures slowly falling through the 80s into the 70s.
4:30PM Autumn begins on Thursday at 9:21AM CDT and it certainly won’t feel like it. Summer just doesn’t want to let go. High temperatures in the 80s and 90s this week. Enjoy what’s left of the weekend!
3:00PM No damage reported after a landspout slowly moved across Wallace County S of Weskan. Landspout stayed over open county and was given a preliminary EF-0 rating.
2:40PM What a beautiful day so far! Temperatures are comfortable in the middle and upper 80s with a light breeze.
10:30AM Get out and enjoy this sunny, warm day! Laura will be in tonight with your work and school week forecast on KSN.
9AM Storm chances are diminishing for a few days, but temperatures will keep climbing. Watch my Stormcast breakdown here.
7:30AM Temperatures are much cooler in western Kansas this morning due to drier conditions, but we’ll all be warming up well into the 80s today. Check out my web videos here for more details on the rest of your weekend weather.
6AM It’s gonna be a great day to spend some time outdoors! I’ll have updates on your Sunday forecast all morning on KSN.
4:30AM A few spotty showers and storms are lingering across central Kansas this morning, but with nothing severe, and they will likely dissipate around sunrise. Track them on radar here. ~Meteorologist Katie Western