THURSDAY AM UPDATE:

Another round of showers and storms possible during the afternoon and evening hours, and like the past two days, they could once again turn severe.

The most likely region to see strong and severe storms on Thursday will be North Central Kansas, during the mid to late afternoon hours. After storms develop, they are expected to track east or southeast. The most likely threats with Thursday's storms will high wind gusts in excess of 60mph and hail stones that could top 1" (Quarter Size).

While we can't completely rule out a tornado with the strongest storms, the overall setup is not looking overly favorable at this time. It also looks like the strongest storms will stay North of Wichita. 

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WEDNESDAY AM UPDATE:

A stalled-out front across Southern KAKEland will be the focus area of concern Wednesday, as late day storms once again try to develop. Like Tuesday, if storms do fire up, some of them could be severe with high wind gusts and localized flooding being the most likely threats. 

Morning radar activity will be tame with light rain showers expected across North Central and Southwest Kansas, while Northwest and South Central Kansas remain relatively dry. A stalled out front is expected to linger along the Kansas-Oklahoma state line and it could spark some afternoon storms.

Like Tuesday, storms are expected to "pop up" and then likely to collapse and this could lead to severe level, wind gusts in excess of 60mph. Along with the wind, the strongest cells could produce hail to around the size of quarters (1").

In addition to high wind gusts, the slow moving nature of these storms could lead to some localized flooding across Southern Kansas.

Another round of isolated storms expected Thursday afternoon, especially across North Central Kansas. Some of these storms could be severe with large hail stones and high wind gusts. 

We’ll keep you up to date with our Interactive Radar and LIVE weather coverage. Get those features and more on the free First Alert Weather App. With the app you can track storms in your area, stream the latest forecast videos and live severe weather coverage, and set customized alerts to keep you and your family informed and safe.

In the event of severe weather, click here to follow KAKE First Alert Storm Trackers in the field.