ND Severe Summer Weather Awareness Week

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Storm chances linger for at least one more day.

The jet stream pattern will flip from what we've seen during this relatively quiet week and lead to the return of severe weather.

Meanwhile, confidence is increasing for severe weather across most of eastern Kansas, including the KVOE listening area, for Wednesday. Another round of storms, some of which could easily become severe, is possible along and south of I-80 yet again Wednesday evening. "We think the highest probabilities for severe storms in the Wichita area will be Wednesday aftn-evening", it replied to a question about the day of greatest concern.

Primary threats include a few tornadoes likely with a couple intense tornadoes possible. Thunderstorms should redevelop late this afternoon and early this evening west of Interstate 29 near the James River Valley.

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Damaging wind gusts are expected, along with the possibility of very large hail and tornadoes, including some strong tornadoes. Another round will bring an increased threat of severe weather, including tornadoes, to more heavily populated areas on Tuesday. These threats of medium to large hail, strong wind gusts of up to 70 miles per hour and heavy rain largely impact areas in the north central part of the state, stretching east to north of Topeka and well into south central and southeast Nebraska.

Stay with KVOE, KVOE.com and KVOE social media for the latest on the weather this week.

Information - including safety tips - from the 3 News Now weather team's Severe Weather Awareness Week coverage. As low-level moisture continues to move into the state a few small spotty showers may be possible across extreme southeastern or southern OK but these would not be severe. We have another warm and windy day across northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri as our attention turns to the middle part of the workweek as we are tracking a major storm system that will move into the central United States.

Think of it like a cake, a watch is when the ingredients, the sugar, butter and eggs, but a warning is when those ingredients come together to make a cake, or severe weather.

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