It’s that time of year again when flowers bloom, ice starts to find its way into coffee and afternoon strolls are a must. Ah, spring. Yet for all the wonders warmer temperatures can bring, there are a few downsides. Allergies for one. But those are just a minor nuisance compared to severe weather and the tornadoes it can spawn that generallyMore
Kansas is simultaneously facing the threat of a blizzard and a tornado outbreak. Why? Because it’s fall.
The National Weather Service warning and outlook maps show the bipolar weather woes Kansans will face Wednesday. It’s possible winds gusting up to 60 mph will whip snow across roads and fields in northwest Kansas. Meanwhile the eastern quarter of the state will face elevated risk of severe weather, strong winds and possibly a tornado or two.
In short, the weather gods are making an example out of Sunflower State to remind you fall is not to be messed with.