Ark City, KS
56
Heavy Rain
Feels like 56°.
Humidity: 96% Dew Point: 55°
Clouds: 100% Pressure: 29.67 in
Wind: ENE 21 mph Visability: 4 mi Conditions as of 4:22pm
Today
65 53
Heavy rain throughout the day and breezy in the afternoon.
100%   59%
6:17   8:34
Tue
75 60
Heavy rain until afternoon and windy starting in the afternoon.
98%   61%
6:16   8:35
Wed
80 53
Rain starting in the evening.
31%   17%
6:16   8:36
  • Flash Flood Watch - Click for Details
    Updated: Mon May-20-19 08:50am UTC
    Effective: Mon May-20-19 06:00pm UTC
    Expires: Tue May-21-19 09:00pm UTC
    Severity: Severe
    Urgency: Expected
    Certainty: Possible
    Status: Actual
    Type: Alert
    Category: Met
    Areas affected: Allen; Barton; Butler; Chase; Chautauqua; Cowley; Elk; Ellsworth; Greenwood; Harper; Harvey; Kingman; Labette; Lincoln; Marion; McPherson; Montgomery; Neosho; Reno; Rice; Russell; Saline; Sedgwick; Sumner; Wilson; Woodson
    Instructions: A flash flood watch means that conditions may develop that lead to flash flooding. flash flooding is a very dangerous situation. remember to turn around, don`t drown. you should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action should flash flood warnings be issued.
    Message Summary: ...very heavy rain is expected this afternoon through early tuesday afternoon...
    ...flash flood watch remains in effect from 1 pm cdt this afternoon through tuesday afternoon...
    The flash flood watch continues for
    * portions of central kansas, south central kansas, and southeast kansas, including the following areas, in central kansas, barton, chase, ellsworth, lincoln, marion, mcpherson, rice, russell, and saline. In south central kansas, butler, cowley, harper, harvey, kingman, reno, sedgwick, and sumner. In southeast kansas, allen, chautauqua, elk, greenwood, labette, montgomery, neosho, wilson, and woodson.
    * from 1 pm cdt this afternoon through tuesday afternoon.
    * widespread heavy rain is expected from this afternoon through tuesday morning, before ending by early tuesday afternoon. Rainfall amounts from 2 to 5 inches are likely with locally higher amounts possible.
    * rainfall of this magnitude will result in significant rises and flooding on many creeks and streams. Locally intense rainfall may also lead to flash flooding of rural and urban areas.

Next 12 Hours

5PM
57˚
Heavy Rain
100% rain
ENE 21mph
6PM
62˚
Heavy Rain
78% rain
E 18mph
7PM
65˚
Heavy Rain
76% rain
E 18mph
8PM
65˚
Heavy Rain
80% rain
E 19mph
9PM
65˚
Heavy Rain
79% rain
E 17mph
10PM
64˚
Heavy Rain
77% rain
SE 17mph
11PM
63˚
Heavy Rain
73% rain
SE 13mph
12AM
63˚
Heavy Rain
68% rain
SE 15mph
1AM
63˚
Rain
68% rain
SE 15mph
2AM
62˚
Rain
72% rain
SE 14mph
3AM
63˚
Heavy Rain
77% rain
SE 11mph
4AM
63˚
Heavy Rain
84% rain
SE 10mph

Weekly Summary:

Rain today through Saturday, with high temperatures rising to 81°F on Thursday.
Tue
May 21
75 60
Heavy rain until afternoon and windy starting in the afternoon.
98%   61%  
Sunrise: 6:16am.  Sunset: 8:35pm.
98% 61%
Wed
May 22
80 53
Rain starting in the evening.
31%   17%  
Sunrise: 6:16am.  Sunset: 8:36pm.
31% 17%
Thu
May 23
81 69
Rain overnight.
54%   68%  
Sunrise: 6:15am.  Sunset: 8:37pm.
54% 68%
Fri
May 24
77 67
Rain in the morning and evening.
93%   94%  
Sunrise: 6:15am.  Sunset: 8:37pm.
93% 94%
Sat
May 25
80 68
Rain in the morning.
63%   73%  
Sunrise: 6:14am.  Sunset: 8:38pm.
63% 73%
Sun
May 26
80 70
Humid throughout the day and windy overnight.
52%   68%  
Sunrise: 6:14am.  Sunset: 8:39pm.
52% 68%
Mon
May 27
80 67
Windy starting in the afternoon and humid throughout the day.
57%   57%  
Sunrise: 6:13am.  Sunset: 8:40pm.
57% 57%