Today looks like a very warm day for Kansas with temperatures well above average for late May. Most of southern Kansas will easily top 90 by the end of the day, with the rest of the state seeing highs in the upper 80s. A weak front will be sliding through the area during the afternoon, which will turn winds to the west or northwest.
The front will stall out from central Oklahoma, through southeast Kansas, and into Missouri, which will help ignite showers and storms across the southern half of the state later tonight into Monday morning. There is the potential tonight for severe storms with large hail and locally heavy rain.
The front will wobble around over southern Kansas on Monday, which will help develop showers and storms over the area into Monday afternoon. Strong to severe storms will be possible each afternoon and evening through Tuesday with the primary threat being large hail and a few tornadoes.