KSN Threat Tracker for Thursday, April 20, 2017

9:49PM Just minutes away from KSN News at 10 where we are already tracking the beginnings of our next round of rain and thunder. Showers are already underway in the Northwest part of Kansas! And the majority of us will have a chance to see more rain between now and Saturday morning. Join us at 10 to check your Friday plans. Away from TV, radar anytime right here on KSN.com.

9:23PM Some light rain and showers have already developed in the Northwest part of the KSN viewing area. There is no severe weather threat here–this is just nice rain. And it is just the first of what will likely be a wet 24-36 hours! We’ll have rain and thunder at times through Friday and well into Friday night. Some of the rain could be heavy, especially South, along the Oklahoma line. Then it will end by Saturday–though much cooler air will hang around. Remember to have your mobile device ready for the rain with our free KSN Storm Tracker 3 Everywhere app.

5:50PM If you have outdoor plans as we begin the weekend, better check in with us and have a look at your KSN Storm Tracker 3 forecast. Friday is looking pretty rainy–and coming on top of what we have already seen this week, some areas including Wichita could have soggy ground especially Saturday. Join us for KSN News at 6, or check in anytime here on KSN.com.

4:49PM Coming up on KSN News at 5, we are enjoying this break but we are also already tracking the next round of rain and thunder! It will be arriving tonight and will give us a very wet start to our weekend. Check your plans with us coming up at 5, or anytime here on KSN.com.

11:30AM Enjoy the dry weather today, because rain returns soon! I’ll have the latest straight ahead on KSN News at Noon.

9:15AM When will the next round of rain arrive? Watch me time it out on Stormcast right here!

7:45AM Showers are exiting this morning, leaving us with dry conditions and increasing sunshine for the rest of our Thursday! A front did come through though, so we have some breezy north winds and cooler temperatures in the 60s.¬†Enjoy the dry weather while it lasts…

6:30AM As always, you may have gotten a different amount in your backyard, but on the whole, last night’s storms added up to roughly 1″-2″ of rain for much of central Kansas. And a lot more is on the way for tomorrow! Catch my updated forecast right here.

5AM A few lingering spotty showers this morning, but today will be a break overall before storm chances return tonight. While Leon’s on vacation, I’ve got your full forecast all morning on Kansas Today!