Hazardous Weather Outlook
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Wichita KS
700 AM CDT Fri Apr 13 2018

700 AM CDT Fri Apr 13 2018

This hazardous weather outlook is for portions of Central, South
Central and Southeast Kansas.

.DAY ONE...Today and Tonight

Very high to extreme Fire Danger will exist across all of the area
today. For further details, refer to the Red Flag Warning.

A few severe thunderstorms are possible across southeast Kansas this
afternoon with golfball sized hail, 60 to 70 mph winds and a brief
tornado. If you live in Southeast Kansas, you should monitor the
forecast closely. Areas at greatest risk for severe thunderstorms
are Labette, Neosho, and Allen counties.

South to southwest winds sustained around 30 mph with gusts around
40 mph will whip across all areas today. The winds will shift to the
west in central and south central Kansas late this afternoon, then
shift to the northwest and increase to 30 to 40 mph late tonight.
Gusts from 40 to 50 mph are likely in these areas late tonight. The
strongest winds would occur in central Kansas west of Highway 14.
For further details, please refer to the High Wind Warning and Wind

A light rain/light snow mixture is likely for primarily Central
Kansas late this evening with a changeover to light snow late
tonight. The wintry mix may reach as far southeast as Wichita and El
Dorado late tonight.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Saturday through Thursday

Northwest winds from 30 to as high as 45 mph will whip across all of
central and south central Kansas on Saturday. The strongest winds
would hit areas along, and west, of Highway 14. For further details,
please refer to the High Wind Warning and Wind Advisory.

A very high to extreme fire danger will exist in all areas Tuesday
afternoon. A very high fire danger is likely for parts of central
and south central Kansas Wednesday and Thursday afternoon.


Spotter activation may be needed across southeast Kansas after 3 pm.


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