WICHITA - After heavy downpours overnight, Wichita’s still not done with rain just yet.
Forecasters say scattered showers are possible in the area this morning and again tonight, forecasters say. Some of the storms tonight could be strong, bringing heavy rain, damaging winds and hail the size of golf balls.
The area most likely to endure these strong storms should be southeast of a line from Marion to Hutchinson, the National Weather Service reports.
Highs should be in the upper 80s today, forecasters say, with south-southwest winds in the teens and gusting to nearly 30 miles an hour. Skies will be cloudy early, then gradually clear through the afternoon until the storm threat arrives tonight.
The cold front that brings the thunderstorms tonight will drop temperatures to autumn-like levels, with highs the rest of the week in the 80s.