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Tornado Watch in Effect

A Tornado Watch has been issued for the KQ2 Viewing Area until 1 am. We will continue to track the latest updates as we go through this afternoon and evening.

Posted: May 2, 2018 1:18 PM
Updated: May 2, 2018 6:27 PM


A Tornado Watch has been issued for the KQ2 Viewing Area until 1 am. We will continue to track the latest updates as we go through this afternoon and evening.

The entire area will be under a Moderate Risk for the late afternoon into the evening hours. We can expect all modes of severe weather including large hail, damaging winds, heavy rain and flash flooding. A few isolated tornadoes can't be ruled out. For Thursday, much of the area is under an Enhanced Risk in the late afternoon. The KQ2 Weather team will continue to monitor this situation throughout the day and will provide updates. Make sure you have a way to get watches & warnings, such as our KQ2 Mobile Weather App and a NOAA Weather Radio and have a severe weather plan in place.

As for temperatures for the week, we do see lower 80s on Wednesday and Thursday before we go down to the upper 70s by Friday behind the system. By the end of the week into the weekend, we do see dry & sunny conditions return with highs in the middle 70s.

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St. Joseph
Partly Cloudy
38° wxIcon
Hi: 50° Lo: 31°
Feels Like: 28°
Clarinda
Cloudy
36° wxIcon
Hi: 49° Lo: 31°
Feels Like: 27°
St. Joseph
Partly Cloudy
38° wxIcon
Hi: 49° Lo: 31°
Feels Like: 28°
Chillicothe/Agri
Partly Cloudy
37° wxIcon
Hi: 48° Lo: 30°
Feels Like: 37°
Falls City
Cloudy
36° wxIcon
Hi: 49° Lo: 32°
Feels Like: 26°
Temperatures have dropped down below freezing for many this morning with mostly clear skies creating a few areas of frost. Today temperatures will struggle to warm up again into the upper 40s and lower 50s with a mix of sun and clouds. Tonight temperatures will drop into the upper 20s and lower 30s again providing another frosty morning on Thursday. Southerly winds will return on Thursday helping to slowly warm temperatures back up into the upper 50s. Most of the day Thursday will be dry but rain chances will start to increase after about 6 PM. Rain chances will continue for the first half of the day Friday before moving out of our area. The weekend looks comfortable and spring like with temperatures in the 60s and 70s under mostly sunny skies. The warm up continues into next week with highs in the 70s and 80s on Monday.
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