More rain, flooding possible

Storm risk today. (National Weather Service graphic)
Storm risk today. (National Weather Service graphic)

National Weather Service graphic
National Weather Service graphic

Wyandotte County under a flash flood watch

While some of the predicted morning storms have missed Wyandotte County, instead hitting areas north of here, the National Weather Service says there is a possibility of more rain and flooding today and tonight.

Wyandotte County and surrounding areas are under a flash flood watch until 4 p.m. Thursday, June 4, according to the weather service.

Rainfall has left the ground saturated and as little as an inch of rain could lead to flash flooding in areas, the weather service said. This may include areas that do not normally experience flooding.

Today’s high will be near 82, according to the weather service. There is the possibility of more rain and storms around late morning and midday, forecasters said.

There is a 50 percent chance of rain tonight, the weather service said, and the low will be around 67.

Friday, the high will be near 83 and there is a 40 percent chance of rain and storms, according to the weather service.

There is the possibility of more storms redeveloping Friday afternoon and evening, according to the weather service. Hail and strong winds could be part of the storms.

Friday night, the low will be around 67, with a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, the weather service said.

For Saturday, another round of thunderstorms will be possible Saturday evening, and the forecast currently shows the most risk to be to the north and west of Wyandotte County, with no severe storms expected for Wyandotte County at this time.

Motorists are advised not to try to drive through water in streets.

For more information about the weather, visit www.weather.gov.

Hail risk (National Weather Service graphic)
Hail risk (National Weather Service graphic)

Wind risk (National Weather Service graphic)
Wind risk (National Weather Service graphic)

Tornado risk (National Weather Service graphic)
Tornado risk (National Weather Service graphic)

Current weather forecasts show a marginal risk  for storms on Friday in Wyandotte County. (National Weather Service graphic)
Current weather forecasts show a marginal risk for storms on Friday in Wyandotte County. (National Weather Service graphic)

Saturday's forecast does not show any severe storms in Wyandotte County; however, this area is next to an area of marginal risk on Saturday. (National Weather Service graphic)
Saturday’s forecast does not show any severe storms in Wyandotte County; however, this area is next to an area of marginal risk on Saturday. (National Weather Service graphic)

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Flash flood watch continues

Heavy rain fell Wednesday in parts of Wyandotte County. This area was near 118th and State Avenue in Wyandotte County. The National Weather Service estimated an inch of rain fell at the downtown airport today. A flash flood watch continues until 10 a.m. Thursday, June 4, in Wyandotte County and surrounding areas, according to the National Weather Service. Additional thunderstorms that are capable of producing heavy rainfall are possible late tonight, overnight, and Thursday morning, the weather service said. They may produce one to two more inches of rain. Because the ground is already saturated, that may produce flash flooding in some areas, the weather service said, including areas that do not normally experience flooding.
Heavy rain fell Wednesday in parts of Wyandotte County. This area was near 118th and State Avenue in Wyandotte County. The National Weather Service estimated an inch of rain fell at the downtown airport today. A flash flood watch continues until 10 a.m. Thursday, June 4, in Wyandotte County and surrounding areas, according to the National Weather Service. Additional thunderstorms that are capable of producing heavy rainfall are possible late tonight, overnight, and Thursday morning, the weather service said. They may produce one to two more inches of rain. Because the ground is already saturated, that may produce flash flooding in some areas, the weather service said, including areas that do not normally experience flooding.