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Severe Weather Briefing National Weather Service Topeka. 11am Friday April 13th. What To Expect. 2 rounds of thunderstorms 1 st round Friday Night into midday Sat 2 nd round Saturday evening/night has the greatest severe potential Tornadoes, very large hail

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Severe weather briefing national weather service topeka

Severe Weather BriefingNational Weather Service Topeka

11am Friday April 13th


What to expect

What To Expect

  • 2 rounds of thunderstorms

  • 1st round Friday Night into midday Sat

  • 2nd round Saturday evening/night has the greatest severe potential

    • Tornadoes, very large hail

    • Potentially a Dangerous Situation

    • Saturday evening/night…Rare setup that in the past has resulted in long lived strong to violent tornadoes


Today tonight outlook

Today/tonight Outlook

  • Thunderstorms developing this evening and overnight

  • Large hail appears to be the main hazard in northeast KS.

  • Thunderstorms could persist through the night and be ongoing into Saturday morning

Hail risk

Tornado risk


Saturday s outlook

Saturday’s Outlook

  • Late afternoon/evening T-storm development as early as 5-6pm across central KS

  • Potentially Dangerous Situation.

    • Long track, strong to violent Tornadoes

    • Very large hail

  • Lasting well after dark especially for our counties se of the turnpike


Severe weather briefing national weather service topeka

Prepare Now for Possible Severe Weather Outbreak

  • Have a severe weather plan in place

    • Primary option needs to be an underground shelter/saferoom

    • If don’t have one, find someone who does…think about that today/before the storms develop

    • Many activities Sat night-proms, etc. Pass along to school administrators to review severe weather plans now and be ready

  • Greatest risk on Saturday evening/night

    • Belleville south toward Wichita and all areas east of this line

    • From around 5pm through midnight

    • Fast moving storms

    • Long track strong to violent tornadoes possible


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