A stalled front along the Kansas Turnpike early Monday morning will provide the firing line for strong or severe thunderstorms through Tuesday and possibly Wednesday. There could be a few scattered showers or storms
around early Monday but the most best bet to see storms over south-central and eastern Kansas will be Monday afternoon and again Tuesday.
Tuesday's unsettled weather will likely bring large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes to southeastern Kansas including the Wichita metro area. The Storm Prediction Center in Norman Oklahoma has all of southeast Kansas and adjacent sections of Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas in a moderate risk area Tuesday.
Showers and storms will still be possible Wednesday but the severe storm threat will push east of Kansas by then when the stalled front finally pushes southeast out of our area.