KSN Threat Tracker for Monday, April 17, 2017

8:33PM A line of storms are moving into our far Western counties of the KSN viewing area. Track what’s on radar by clicking here. 

4:50PM Aside from a few storms here or there in Western Kansas tonight, most of the state will stay dry through tomorrow. Gradually warming up through the middle of the week with highs tapping into the middle 80s on Wednesday. Another round of storms on the way Wednesday evening. Some may be strong to severe. Tracking these storm chances coming up on KSN News at 5 and 6!

2:25PM A system will push a cold front through the state on Wednesday, bringing storms to the forecast, large hail and damaging winds are possible. After Wednesday, we see a brief break before another system brings rain and thunder Friday and Saturday. Much cooler air with highs in the 50s returns for the end of the week.

5:00AM It’s a pretty mild start to our Monday morning. Starting off with a look at our radar we are still tracking some showers and non-severe thunderstorms across SC KS this morning. Join us on Kansas Today for a look at the latest forecast…