Even so, another moderate risk will be in place for the northeastern corner of the region, just outside of Topeka, with a slight risk across the rest of northeast Kansas.
"We can extrapolate that to the Northern Plains, as well", Ewens said, "and see fewer storms, fewer tornadoes, fewer hail events". An increased risk for severe weather is already being predicted for parts of Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri.
Otherwise, the weather tries to quiet down late tonight with a mostly cloudy sky and low temperatures in the 60s.
The first storm system riding that jet stream will bring a swath of severe weather on Monday from the Dakotas to western Texas. Damaging winds, large hail, and a couple of tornadoes are possible.
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There's a lesser risk for strong to severe storms on Thursday, but the chance is still there. The precise magnitude and location of the most-severe weather remains questionable due to the evolution of storms overnight. The strongest will have the potential to drop hail up to the size of baseballs, and strong tornadoes. On Tuesday, the activity moves into the Central Plains.
An active jet stream is setting up an active storm pattern that will move over the US heartland and produce multiple days of severe weather starting Monday and continuing through Wednesday.
The combination of very warm temperatures, plenty of sunshine and relatively comfortable dew points will make the next few days spectacular in the Northeast.
North Dakota recognizes this week as Severe Summer Weather Awareness Week - a reminder that severe weather is not far away. By the end of this week, temperatures in the entire I-95 region will be nearing the upper 80s - with 90-degree readings possible locally.