NWS: Most of Kansas under slight risk for severe weather Wednesday
Most of Kansas is under a slight risk for severe weather Wednesday, with the highest risk for tornadoes being west of Topeka between Council Grove and Marysville, according to the U.S. National Weather Service.
Scattered thunderstorms are possible in the morning, but a round of stronger thunderstorms is expected to move through northeast Kansas later in the afternoon.
In Johnson County, the primary threats from these storms will likely be large hail and strong wind gusts.
The NWS predicts thunderstorms will remain in the area through late Wednesday evening into Thursday morning.