National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Scattered showers and storms will continue to push southeastward through the morning and early afternoon hours. The strongest storms will be capable of dime size hail and 50 mph winds.
Don't let the warm temperatures over southern Kansas early this morning fool you. A strong cold front will continue surging south across the region this morning, with strong north winds and falling temperatures in its wake. Send a jacket with the kids to school!
A cool, spring weekend is upcoming with a chance (20-50%) of rain showers Saturday.
Probability is high that warmer than average temperatures will return by mid to late next week across the Kansas region, and persist into at least early May.