We are still watching a complex of showers and storms moving across Kansas and northern Oklahoma tonight. These storms started as individual supercells along a boundary, and now they have evolved into a mesoscale convective complex (mcs). These complexes become elevated in time, and get fueled by the low-level jet.
The big question still remains, will the southern part of this complex hold together and move into our area? Our local RPM still brings it into the area between 3 am and 5 am; however, we do expect an overall weakening by the time it gets here. Some strong gusty winds and heavy rainfall are still forecast. The tornado watch remains out until 2 am.
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