It's late February and severe weather is probably the farthest thing from your mind. That said, we do have a severe weather risk unfolding across the yellow shaded areas for this afternoon and evening. Large hail, some high wind and even an isolated tornado can't be completed ruled out in Kansas.
A warm front is lifting northward into southcentral and southeast Kansas this morning. South of the front, the air is warmer and very moist. North of the front, it's much cooler with low clouds and fog blanketing much of the state.
What we'll have to watch out for this afternoon is the position of the warm front and if we're able to get some sunshine. More sunshine means the atmosphere could get more unstable. Stay tuned!