A complex system is about to be felt across the plains. The pattern of the low pressure areas and the various fronts has a similar appearance to one of those winter systems that causes problems in many states. The SPC has trimmed risks on the northeast side, while expanding the Enhanced risk area into the southeastern 1/3 of the state.
As I mentioned yesterday, the strong SW to NE angle of this front, in relation to the ground-level wind, is going to put some challenges in development of tornadoes. Winds in the 3,000 to 15,000 foot area tend to work back to the southeast, causing a veer-back-veer profile. I explain below why this tends to cut the middle out of updrafts.
Bottom line, if the details aren't that big a deal for you, is that Kansas south of US-400 is likely to experience large (quarter-size) to significant (ping pong ball, hen egg, golf ball size or larger) hail accompanied by wind from about 60mph to 70+ at times.