Outdoor plans for Father's Day? Pack plenty of water and sunscreen. A warm front will move out of Oklahoma during this morning to near I-70 by late afternoon. To the south of this front; hot, windy conditions will develop. Wind gusts between 25-35 mph will be common during the afternoon. The southerly winds will also bring very hot temperatures into southern sections of Kansas. Highs will range from 100 to 107 across the southern sections of Kansas, with the 90s everywhere else except Northwest Kansas today.
Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms may develop this afternoon and evening across Northern Kansas with a storm or two possible across Southcentral Kansas into the early evening. Large hail and damaging wind gusts are the primary threat with any storms that develop.
Another potent upper level weather system moves into the Plains on Monday. A cold front will push through western sections of the state and will be near Wichita by late afternoon. The combination of the two, could trigger more severe weather for Monday afternoon and evening. As always, we'll be watching for the threat of severe weather.