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FXUS63 KEAX 261109

609 AM CDT SUN JUL 26 2015

Issued at 336 AM| CDT SUN JUL 26 2015

Hot and humid again today with plenty of instability around for
storms to work with. Watching two areas of storms early this morning,
the first across northeast KS associated with the low-level jet and a
stronger convective complex dropping out of western IA. Models are
not handling either of these systems very well so it will be
interesting to see if/how they interact. For now it looks like most
forcing with the low-level jet and thus the heaviest rain will stay
across northeast KS, but with so much uncertainty with these
colliding features there`s the definite possibility that storms with
heavy rain could last beyond 7 AM for parts of the area. While the
most likely area for heavy rain to occur appears to be over
northeast KS into far northwest MO, there`s too much uncertainty to
get too detailed with exact location and will therefore extend the
entire flash flood watch until noon.

Final weak mid-level impulse should clear the area by early
afternoon and bring a gradual clearing trend. Assuming ample
sunshine later today, temperatures should be able to climb into the
lower or middle 90s across areas south of a Maryville to Moberly
line where continued high dewpoints will yield heat index values in
the 100 to 105 range. This lines up well with the ongoing heat

Subtle height rises Monday and Tuesday will shift the storm track
mostly north of our area although it wouldn`t be surprising to see an
isolated instability-driven thunderstorm over northern MO on Monday.
This will also bring slightly warmer temperatures into the area both
days with highs in the lower/mid 90s across the entire forecast area.
Urban parts of KC may even see upper 90s. Heat index values look to
again exceed 105 on Monday and probably Tuesday as well although
dewpoints may be a bit lower on Tuesday. Will hold off on any heat
headlines for now but additional advisories may be needed.

Showers and storms area again possible Tuesday night into Wednesday
when a weak front will drop into the area. This will bring
temperatures back to seasonal normals for the remainder of the week
with highs in the upper 80s to near 90.


.AVIATION...(For the 12Z TAFS through 12Z Monday Morning)
Issued at 609 AM CDT SUN JUL 26 2015

Scattered storms will continue for the next 2 to 3 hours before
things start to dry out by late morning and early afternoon. Quiet
weather expected after that time.


KS...FLASH FLOOD WATCH until Noon CDT today for KSZ025-102>105.

     HEAT ADVISORY from Noon today to 9 PM CDT this evening for

MO...FLASH FLOOD WATCH until Noon CDT today for MOZ001>008-011>017-

     HEAT ADVISORY from Noon today to 9 PM CDT this evening for



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