LIVE Emporia Thunderstorm Updates: Emporia whether alert
Thunderstorms that could create severe weather conditions have resulted in warnings for areas within the KVOE listening area.
Notifications to Active users
Northeast Lyon Osage and northeastern Coffey County: Extreme thunderstorm warning until 8:15 am. The most important issues are hail that is the size of one golf ball (1.75 inches) and winds of 60 mph. Miller, Osage City, Melvern, Waverly included. *Northeast Lyon southeast Wabaunsee northwest Osage counties warning of severe storms up to 7:45 AM. The primary concern is hail the size of a ping pong ball (1.5 millimeters) and 60 mph speeds. Harveyville, Lyndon, Osage City, and Lyndon are all included.
The chance of thunderstorms is prevalent until late afternoon. A severe storm warning is in place for all counties within the region up to 1pm.
Large hail and destructive winds are among the biggest threats: Emporia whether alert
- Storms and rainy spells are expected early in the morning and through the afternoon.
- Storm Watch for Severe Thunderstorms from 1PM until 2PM Large hail and destructive winds are the greatest dangers
- The conditions in the sky are expected to be ideal for viewing the lunar eclipse later tonight.
KANSAS CITY’S FORECAST
SundayExtreme Thunderstorm Be on the lookout out until 1 pm Large hail and damaging winds are the greatest hazards. The storms and rain are expected to be over sometime between 2 and 5 pm. Wind: Strong and gusty with T-Storms. High at 68deg.
Sunday Night is expected that the skies is clear, and offer an excellent views of the moon’s totality. Wind 5-15 miles per hour. Minimum 50deg. 55deg-60deg during the lunar eclipse, from 10:30PM until 12 AM.
Monday A pleasant day with plenty of sunlight.
High: 78 degree
Wind: Nearly none.