The dry line lazily rolled closer to Wichita with a whimper of threat. Storms were firing in Salina, but down here, wind. Nothing seemed to be happening so I went a little north to watch the storms.
To the south, a single cumulus tower began to rise and soon all hell broke loose. Before the storm even seemed to mature the National Weather Service issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for the area.
Clouds began stacking up on the dryline and we had a squall line.
Hail, high wind, and lots of rain.
The line took over an hour to move thorough town. There was wind related damage (trees, a couple roofs, and power lines), but no significant hail.
Afterwards mammatus clouds were very visible on the tail end of the front showing lots of turbulence up above. The temp dropped about 25 degrees and we finally lost the blast furnace wind that hit most of the day.