Teachman’s Take: Wild Kansas Weather!

This is fall in Kansas!  A strong cold front is moving through and has produced strong to severe storms in parts of south central and southeastern Kansas.

A Severe T-Storm Watch is in effect until 10 PM,  for areas east of Wichita.  But, I can see these counties being lifted before 10 PM:

As each minute ticks by, our severe chances are dropping — just like our temperatures thanks to the cold front’s advancement.

Check out these temps at 6 PM, you can easily pick out the cold front:

A Freeze is likely in NW KS and SW NE with other cities closer to the Kansas/Colorado state line.


Coming up tonight on KSN News, I’ll take a look at how low those temps will go and how long this chill lasts before another warm up. – Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman

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