Good Sunday morning bloggers,
As expected a large area of rain and thunderstorms formed over much of Kansas Saturday night. It is now moving east towards KC and is weakening. We are familiar with this scenario. When will our region end up being the bullseye? That is a question without an answer at this moment.
Here is the amazing stat of the day since July 1st we have seen 3.34″ of rain while Wichita has received 13.50″! WOW! Overnight, 2-4″ of rain occurred in Hutchinson and Wichita where the red cross is now helping with flooding issues.
MAP #1: Radar Image from 7 AM today. The rain is headed into KC, but likely we will see just scattered rain showers.
So, for this Sunday in August it will be a cloudy day with scattered showers along with highs well below average in the 70s. Total rainfall through the day will be disappointing.
MAP #2: Rainfall forecast to 7 PM Sunday.
Looking at the radar most areas around here will see .10″ or less. The above map is a bit optimistic.
Have a great rest of your weekend!