Showers continue over central Kansas while additional showers are developing further south in south-central Kansas. There may be some rumbles of thunder along with strong gusts up to 50 mph where heavier rain occurs. 
        Seasonably cool temperatures with off-and-on rain chances will prevail through early week. Warmer temperatures and breezy south winds commence by mid-week.
        A relatively narrow, broken band of showers and thunderstorms are expected to move rapidly east to northeast across the region this afternoon and evening. While severe weather is not expected, a few of the stronger storms may be capable of pea size hail, 40-50 mph wind gusts, and brief heavy rain.