Ark City, KS
63
Overcast
Feels like 63°.
Humidity: 85% Dew Point: 58°
Clouds: 100% Pressure: 29.92 in
Wind: NE 10 mph Visability: 9 mi Conditions as of 2:04am
Today
80 62
Light rain starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening, and windy overnight.
86%   90%
6:15   8:37
Fri
79 70
Rain throughout the day and windy overnight.
95%   89%
6:15   8:37
Sat
80 69
Windy in the morning and rain in the morning and afternoon.
82%   80%
6:14   8:38
  • Flash Flood Watch - Click for Details
    Updated: Wed May-22-19 08:34pm UTC
    Effective: Thu May-23-19 12:00am UTC
    Expires: Thu May-23-19 03:00pm UTC
    Severity: Severe
    Urgency: Expected
    Certainty: Possible
    Status: Actual
    Type: Alert
    Category: Met
    Areas affected: Allen; Butler; Chautauqua; Cowley; Elk; Greenwood; Labette; Montgomery; Neosho; 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: ...flash flood watch in effect from 7 pm cdt until 10 am cdt thursday for southeast kansas...
    ...flash flood watch remains in effect from 7 pm cdt this evening through thursday morning...
    The flash flood watch continues for
    * portions of south central kansas and southeast kansas, including the following areas, in south central kansas, butler and cowley. In southeast kansas, allen, chautauqua, elk, greenwood, labette, montgomery, neosho, wilson, and woodson.
    * from 7 pm cdt this evening through thursday morning.
    * thunderstorms will develop over southeast kansas and become more numerous for tonight. The thunderstorms could begin to back build to the west, and then train over the same areas along a stalled out low level boundary tonight. With grounds already soaked, this added rainfall will cause flash flooding to occur quickly over parts of the watch area.
    * widespread 1 to 3 inches of rainfall is expected, however a narrow band of 3 to 5 inches or higher is possible especially for the locations that experience training storms. This could create very significant flooding and a possible flash flood emergency situation.

Next 12 Hours

3AM
63˚
Overcast
12% rain
ENE 11mph
4AM
63˚
Overcast
10% rain
ENE 11mph
5AM
63˚
Mostly Cloudy
16% rain
ENE 11mph
6AM
63˚
Possible Light Rain
16% rain
ENE 10mph
7AM
62˚
Mostly Cloudy
11% rain
ENE 10mph
8AM
63˚
Mostly Cloudy
8% rain
ENE 11mph
9AM
64˚
Mostly Cloudy
8% rain
ENE 12mph
10AM
66˚
Possible Light Rain
18% rain
E 11mph
11AM
69˚
Mostly Cloudy
8% rain
E 12mph
12PM
73˚
Mostly Cloudy
8% rain
ESE 12mph
1PM
75˚
Mostly Cloudy
8% rain
SE 13mph
2PM
78˚
Humid and Mostly Cloudy
12% rain
SE 14mph

Weekly Summary:

Rain throughout the week, with high temperatures bottoming out at 78°F on Wednesday.
Fri
May 24
79 70
Rain throughout the day and windy overnight.
95%   89%  
Sunrise: 6:15am.  Sunset: 8:37pm.
95% 89%
Sat
May 25
80 69
Windy in the morning and rain in the morning and afternoon.
82%   80%  
Sunrise: 6:14am.  Sunset: 8:38pm.
82% 80%
Sun
May 26
81 66
Humid and mostly cloudy throughout the day.
55%   67%  
Sunrise: 6:14am.  Sunset: 8:39pm.
55% 67%
Mon
May 27
82 69
Mostly cloudy until evening and windy starting in the evening.
34%   80%  
Sunrise: 6:13am.  Sunset: 8:40pm.
34% 80%
Tue
May 28
80 66
Windy in the morning and light rain in the evening.
86%   60%  
Sunrise: 6:13am.  Sunset: 8:40pm.
86% 60%
Wed
May 29
78 56
Clear throughout the day.
24%   15%  
Sunrise: 6:12am.  Sunset: 8:41pm.
24% 15%
Thu
May 30
84 63
Rain starting in the evening.
57%   11%  
Sunrise: 6:12am.  Sunset: 8:42pm.
57% 11%