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Warmer temperatures are anticipated Thursday through Saturday. Under mostly sunny skies, forecast high temperatures are in the 40s and 50s, coolest over snow-covered regions.
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A warming trend is anticipated through Saturday. Under mostly sunny skies, forecast high temperatures are in the 40s and 50s, coolest over snow-covered regions. Saturday will be the warmest day, with daytime highs reaching the 50s most areas, along with breezy southwest winds.
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Strong northwest winds are expected across the entire area on Tuesday afternoon. Sustained speeds are expected in the 30 to 45 mph range with gusts approaching 50 mph over central Kansas. These strong winds and cured grasses will elevated the fire danger into the extreme category over central Kansas with very high fire danger anticipated for the remainder of the area.
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The first system late Tonight into Friday Morning will bring a chance of a light freezing rain and sleet. A thin glazing of ice is possible on untreated surfaces. The next, stronger system is expected to impact the area Saturday Night through Sunday Night. This system will produce snow, sleet and freezing rain across the area, with snow more likely in Central Kansas, and freezing rain more likely in the Southeast. Snow and ice accumulations appear increasingly likely, however, amounts are uncertain this far out. Significant travel problems are possible Saturday Night through Sunday.
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A winter storm watch is in effect from Saturday night through Sunday night. Three to five inches of snow is expected across central Kansas. For the area roughly east of I-35, precipitation may start as light freezing rain and freezing drizzle, then transition to mainly sleet mixed with light snow. In addition, gusty north winds will result in wind chills well below zero, and considerable blowing and drifting of the snow across central Kansas.
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Warmer temperatures are expected for Monday. Gusty winds and low relative humidities will result in dangerous burning conditions for both Monday and especially Tuesday afternoon. The greatest risk will be for areas along and northwest of the Kansas Turnpike.
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Gusty south to southwest winds and low relative humidity values will result in extreme grassland fire danger this afternoon across the Flint Hills and southeast Kansas. Very high fire danger is expected further west across the rest of central and south central Kansas. High temperatures today will climb to around 70 degrees across the entire area.
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Strong southerly winds of 25 to 35 mph gusting to 40 to 45 mph will combine with warm high temperatures in the middle 70s to around 80, resulting in extreme grassland fire danger potential Today into early this Evening. A Red Flag Warning is in effect and all outdoor burning should be avoided.
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A few showers and thunderstorms are possible over far southeast Kansas, southern Missouri, eastern Oklahoma and Arkansas Friday, as an upper level disturbance approaches from the northwest. Warmer and breezy conditions will prevail Saturday, with thunderstorm chances increasing late in the day through overnight. Precipitation chances will continue to increase for Sunday and Sunday night, with a strong cold front triggering widespread showers and thunderstorms across the region, and ushering much colder air south. This may result in light wintry precipitation over generally the northwest two-thirds of Kansas Sunday and Sunday night. Light snow accumulations are possible.
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The Spring time rollercoaster ride continues through Thursday. Extreme grassland fire danger values are possible across the Flint Hills and Southeast Kansas Today. Southwest winds could gust as high as 50 mph for areas east of the Kansas Turnpike. April showers or sprinkles return to the region for Thursday with cooler temperatures.
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After windy & warmer weather on Saturday...the neighborhood may experience a somewhat soggy Easter Sunday & Sunday Night as thunderstorms spread east & southeast across Kansas & neighboring states. Strong thunderstorms capable of producing nickel sized hail & 50 mph gusts are possible in the darker blue-shaded areas.
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Thunderstorms...some of which may produce nickel-sized hail...are still scheduled to develop over Northwest Kansas late tonight and spread east & southeast across the rest of Kansas Sunday & Sunday Night. Areas shaded BRIGHT BLUE indicate the highest potential for thunderstorms on Easter Sunday while DARK BLUE shaded areas indicate areas where the thunderstorm potential would be highest Sunday Night. On Monday...the thunderstorms will shift east across Eastern Kansas where once again...nickel-sized hail would be possible. The Western half of Kansas will see skies gradually clear Monday Afternoon. Highs should range from the lower 70s across Northern Kansas to the upper 70s near the Oklahoma broder.
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Numerous showers & thunderstorms are still scheduled to spread east southeast across Kansas this afternoon & tonight...a few of which may produce nickel-sized hail. DARK BLUE SHADED AREAS denote areas where thunderstorm potential is greatest tonight while BLUISH GREEN AREAS denote areas where thunderstorms are most likely on Monday. The thunderstorms that are scheduled for Wednesday Afternoon & Wednesday Night will be severe. For now hail around the size of golfballs & 60-70 mph winds are likely. BLUISH GREEN SHADED AREAS indicate where large hail would be the primary threat late Wednesday Afternoon & Evening. Later Wednesday Night the primary threat would become damaging winds. The forecasts for Wednesday & Wednesday Night should be monitored closely.
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Storms are expected to develop along dryline over western Kansas on Wednesday afternoon and track east across central and south central Kansas Wednesday night. Severe storms will be possible with this activity.
Storms are expected to develop late Wednesday afternoon over west-central Kansas and track quickly east and southeast Wednesday night. Goofball size hail and 70 mph winds will be possible with the stronger storms as they sweep across the area.
Storms are expected to develop late Wednesday afternoon over western Kansas and track east Wednesday night. Golfball size hail and 70 mph winds will be possible with the stronger storms as they sweep across the area.
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The Barton Community College music department will sponsor the “Double Reed Ensemble” concert featuring well-known double reed specialist Kay Werth at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, May 4 in the Dorothy Moses Morrison Chapel in the Fine Arts Building.

Werth will play with an ensemble of woodwinds including an oboe, English horn and bassoon.  She is considered an expert with woodwind instruments and is able to perform on multiple instruments within the woodwind family and is also able to assemble oboes and bassoons.

Photo cutline: Kay Werth is an instructor from Fort Hays State University and she performs regularly with the Salina Symphony and the Fort Hays Symphony and Orchestra.
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High winds Monday reduced visibility and created hazardous driving conditions. The photo was taken West of Stafford on U.S. 50 by a Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper.
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A warming trend can be expected through this Weekend, with temperatures climbing well above seasonal averages. Highs will be in the 80s to near 90 on Saturday and in the 90s on Sunday.
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A cold front will push into Central Kansas this Afternoon before slowing some this Evening. Severe thunderstorm development will be possible this Afternoon and Evening along and ahead of the front across South Central and Southeast Kansas.
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Baltimore Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy throws to first after getting Kansas City Royals' Salvador Perez (13) out at second on a ball hit by Alex Gordon, who was safe at first during the ninth inning of Friday's game in Kansas City, Mo. The Orioles won, 4-0. (The Associated Press -- Charlie Riedel)
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Storm chances will increase across the region for the holiday weekend. Most of the thunderstorm activity will occur in the late afternoon and evening hours. Isolated to scattered storms with small hail and gusty winds are likely throughout the weekend. Anyone with outdoor plans this weekend should keep an eye out for lightning from thunderstorms. "When the thunder roars go indoors."
A moist air mass will remain in place for today through Monday. This will allow for daily showers and storms. While widespread severe storms are not anticipated, the stronger storms each day will be capable of producing nickel size hail, 50 mph winds and localized flooding.
Scattered showers and storms will be possible through Tuesday. Severe storms are not expected with this activity. The stronger showers and storms may cause localized flooding due to high rainfall rates.
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An axis of moderate rainfall will continue to affect South Central through East Central Kansas overnight. Low-land flooding and flooding along streams and creeks, and a few area rivers will affect primarily Central Kansas. A fast moving storm system will bring another round of strong to severe thunderstorms, with locally heavy rain to the area later Wednesday Night into Thursday. An active weather pattern will continue across the Central Plains, with severe weather potential over the Weekend.
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Severe thunderstorms remain in the forecast: From late Tonight to Thursday & next weekend. For late Tonight & Thursday the greatest threats are damaging winds around 60 mph and very heavy rains. Next weekend is more volatile. Very large hail damaging winds around 70 mph & very heavy rains are all possible.
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Thunderstorms will develop across the high plains this evening and organize into a complex of severe storms. When storms first develop, large hail will be the primary severe weather threat. As the storms organize into a complex, the severe weather threat will transition into a wind and flooding threat. With soils already saturated across central Kansas, any additional heavy rainfall will cause a significant flood threat.
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Severe thunderstorms will be possible across central and south central Kansas for Saturday night. Large hail up to the size of golf balls and damaging winds up to 70mph will be the main hazards.

Today Sunny, with a high near 84. Breezy, with a light east southeast wind becoming south southeast 17 to 22 mph in the morning. Winds could gust as high as 31 mph.
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Severe weather will be possible across central and south central Kansas mainly for tonight. There is a chance for significant severe weather to occur across portions of central Kansas with large hail up to the size of tennis balls and damaging winds up to 75 mph.
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A frontal boundary remains stalled from northeast Kansas into southwest Oklahoma on Sunday afternoon. Redevelopment of thunderstorms will be possible along this front across Oklahoma during the late afternoon hours, with storms moving into south central and southeast Kansas during the mid- to late-evening hours. Some of the storms could become strong or severe with large hail and damaging winds being the main risk. Make preparations now for night time severe weather threat.
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Severe storms with ping pong ball sized hail and damaging winds are expected over parts of central Kansas roughly along and west of Highway 14 late Wednesday evening. Storms are expected to redevelop early Thursday somewhere along or just west of I-35 and persist through Thursday night. Some of the storms Thursday afternoon and evening could be severe. Due to the torrential rain and storms repeatedly moving over the same area, locally heavy rain is probable. Some flooding with and rises on area rivers are likely.
Severe storms with quarter sized hail and damaging winds are expected over parts of central Kansas roughly along and west of Highway 14 late Wednesday afternoon and evening. Street flooding is possible. Storms are expected to redevelop Thursday afternoon somewhere along or west of I-35 and persist through Thursday night. Some of the storms Thursday afternoon and evening will likely be severe with quarter sized hail and isolated damaging winds. Due to the torrential rain and storms repeatedly moving over the same area, locally heavy rain is probable. Some flooding and rises on area rivers are likely.
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Scattered thunderstorms are expected to redevelop across the area this afternoon and last into the evening. Some of these could be strong with winds to 50 mph and hail to nickel size. On Sunday, thunderstorms are expected to develop and move into the area during the evening and overnight. These could be severe and produce flooding rainfall.
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Ty Gibson plays at the front of the new caterpillar at the Sunflower Diversified playground. Trai Mitchell peeks out the side of the new playground equipment that was purchased with a local grant.
Cody Harris, a Sunflower Diversified Services staff member, teaches Jessica Hixson how to tie bales in the agency’s recycling operation. Sunflower recently received a grant that will help increase efficiency.
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Shower and thunderstorm chances look to increase across portions of Central Kansas for Sunday evening. The thunderstorms are expected to form into a southeastward moving complex of storms for Sunday night. Strong to severe storms are possible along the leading edge for Central Kansas. Gusty winds and localized heavy rainfall is possible region wide.
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Isolated showers and morning clouds will begin to clear by afternoon with seasonably cool highs in the low to mid 80s. Storm chances will return to central Kansas late Tuesday night spreading to south central and southeast Kansas on Wednesday and Wednesday night.
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Widely scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible through the weekend and into the middle of next week. The best days for severe weather with large hail and damaging winds will be late Friday into Saturday as a storm system lifts over the Northern Plains.
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After another round of thunderstorms late tonight more thunderstorms will arrive Central Kansas on Friday with the potential greatly increasing from Friday Night Thru Saturday Night. In addition to large hail and damaging winds the torrential rains will be a great concern as flooding is likely. Please stay tuned.
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Severe thunderstorms will be possible later today and tonight across the area. The main threats will be localized flooding, hail up to the size of golf balls and winds to 60 mph.
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Severe storms will be likely late this afternoon and especially overnight across south central and southeast Kansas. The stronger storms will be capable of producing 2 inch diameter hail, 60 mph winds and flooding rainfall.
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Cool temperatures are expected to continue for Thursday with highs around 5 to 10 degrees below normal. Highs on Friday will be closer to seasonal averages. A few storms are possible late Thursday night into Friday morning with severe storms NOT expected.
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A couple more hot days are in store for the area with highs from the mid-90s to near 100 degrees through Monday. However a cold front will drop south across Kansas on Tuesday bringing slightly cooler temperatures and a chance for showers and thunderstorms.
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Thunderstorm chances will increase for Wednesday night and Thursday morning areawide, as a warm front approaches from the southwest. The strongest activity will be capable of penny size hail and locally heavy rain.
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Sunny and hot temperatures return to the region for Friday and Saturday. Afternoon high temperatures will climb above seasonal averages, with high temperatures of 95 to 100 degrees possible. Heat index values of 100 to 104 will be possible during the afternoon hours.
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As the graphic illustrates, the atmosphere is ready to turn up the heat with highs in the mid 90s for all areas for most of the weekend. A few thunderstorms that may produce nickel-sized hail and 40-50 mph winds may arrive Central Kansas late Saturday Night with widely scattered thunderstorms possible for Central & South-Central Kansas on Sunday.
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Showers & thunderstorms will pay several visits to the region over the next 3 days. The greatest thunderstorm chances will occur Monday & Monday Night then again Tuesday Night & Wednesday. A few thunderstorms may produce small hail & 40-50 mph gusts. The greatest chances for strong thunderstorms for tonight would occur across Southern Kansas with strong thunderstorms possible across all areas on Monday. The greatest chances of strong thunderstorms for the middle of the week would occur Tuesday & Tuesday Night.
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Showers & thunderstorms will return to the neighborhood Tuesday Night then spread across much of the region Wednesday & Wednesday Night. Showers & thunderstorms would be most numerous across Central & South-Central Kansas where heavy rains are likely but no severe weather is expected. For areas east of I-135 showers & thunderstorms would be more scattered with lighter rainfall. With large high pressure spreading south/southeast across the Great Plains air conditioners will be able to go on sabbatical with temperatures 15-20 degrees below normal from Tuesday thru Wednesday Night.
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Unseasonably cool air will be in place through midweek. A weather system will move across the Central Plains Wednesday into Thursday, with increased chances of showers and isolated thunderstorms. The end of the week is shaping up to be very nice with sunny skies Friday and Saturday and gradually warming temperatures.
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A storm system over the northern Rockies, will move slowly Southeastward across the Central and Southern Plains Today through Thursday. This system will bring widespread rain and thunderstorms to much of Kansas and Oklahoma. Heavy rainfall is expected from Southwest Kansas into Western and Southern Oklahoma.
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A passing weather system will bring cloudy and cool weather Today, with light rain showers to much of the area. Warmer and humid weather is expected this Weekend.
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Highs Saturday will be in the 80s area wide.
Summer heat will build across the region for today and Tuesday with dangerous afternoon heat indices surpassing 100 degrees for all locations.
The combination of hot temperatures and high humidity will create dangerous heat indices across the entire region for today.
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The heat will build again over Kansas for Friday and Saturday with afternoon heat indices pushing above 100 degrees for much of the area.
The heat will build across the entire area for Friday and Saturday with afternoon heat indices surpassing 100 degrees.
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The heat wave will continue through Saturday with high temperatures in the 97 to 105 degree range. Temperatures will combine with relative humidities of 30 to 40 percent resulting in heat indices of 102-108 degrees. A Heat Advisory remains in effect for this afternoon and evening and may be extended across the area on Saturday afternoon. An isolated storm or two may impact portions of central Kansas, however most locations will remain dry.
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Another hot day is expected today with highs in the upper 90s to around 105. Temperatures will combine with relative humidities between 30 and 40 percent driving heat indices into the 102 to 107 degree range. Isolated evening and overnight thunderstorms may bring gusty winds and brief heavy rain.
Cooler weather will arrive this week, and persist through at least next weekend. Daytime highs will be in the 80s, with overnight lows in the 60s.
Cooler temperatures are expected this week. High temperatures today will be in the mid 80s with less humid conditions. The chance of showers and a few thunderstorms return to the area for Tuesday and Wednesday. Most of the shower activity will be located to the southwest of a Great Bend to Wichita to Winfield line.
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Showers and embedded thunderstorms are expected today across Central and South Central Kansas. The heaviest rainfall is expected over South Central Kansas, southwest of a Kingman to Wellington to Winfield line, where 1 to 3 inches is possible. Rainfall amounts elsewhere will range from of a half an inch to an inch.
Below normal temperatures are expected into the weekend. Under mostly sunny skies, weekend high temperatures will be in the upper 80s with less humid conditions.
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Slightly below normal temperatures are expected to continue through the weekend. Highs are expected to be in the 85 to 90 degree range which is a few degrees below normal.
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Temperatures will be warm today with highs in the mid 90s with 90s also expected Tuesday. Rain chances increase Tuesday night into Wednesday and through Thursday across the area.
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Scattered showers and Thunderstorms will be possible across the area today through Friday. Accumulations of up to a quarter to a half of an inch are possible. Daytime highs will reach the 90s.
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Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected from late this afternoon through tonight. The greatest probability of large hail and damaging winds will be over central and northwest Kansas, and southwest Nebraska late this afternoon and evening. The severe threat will gradually wane as the thunderstorm complex rolls southeast across the rest of the area overnight, although gusty winds and locally heavy rain will still be possible.
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A slightly cooler and drier air mass is anticipated today through Wednesday, as Canadian high pressure settles south across mid-America. Daytime temperatures will reach the 80s, with overnight lows in the upper 50s to lower 60s. Shower and thunderstorm chances should increase again by late in the week.
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Temperatures will gradually warm over the next few days. Dry weather is expected today and Thursday with chances for showers and storms returning by Thursday night and Friday.
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Very warm temperatures will continue across the area today and into the weekend. Chances for showers and thunderstorms will return beginning tonight and Friday, mainly along and west of the Kansas turnpike.
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Seasonably very warm August weather can be expected through this Weekend. Scattered thunderstorms will be possible Today and Tonight, with lessening chances by Sunday.
Seasonably very warm August weather can be expected this Weekend into much of next week. Rain chances will be very slim the next few days.
Very warm to hot August weather can be expected this week. Thunderstorm chances will be limited, with the best chance Monday into Monday Night.
Very warm to hot August weather can be expected this week. Thunderstorm chances will be limited, with the best chance Monday into Monday Night.
Watch your outdoor activities for the rest of this week promises to be hot & quite humid. In fact, a Heat Advisory may be issued for Thursday Afternoon, especially for Southeast Kansas. Please monitor the forecast closely.
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Watch your outdoor activities for the rest of this week promises to be hot & quite humid.
Heat & humidity will continue to grip the neighborhood thru Friday with heat indices from 100-105 likely in most areas. (Especially in Southeast Kansas.) Next weekend may prove volatile as the chances for strong to severe thunderstorms are slowly increasing. At this time, the best chances for severe thunderstorms should occur Sunday Afternoon & Sunday Night, especially over Central Kansas. You are encouraged to monitor forecasts closely as next weekend approaches.
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The heat wave will continue across Kansas through the upcoming weekend with afternoon heat indices of 100 to 104 degrees expected.
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The heat wave will continue across Kansas through the upcoming weekend with afternoon heat indices of 100 to 104 degrees expected.
Another hot day is in store for the area, as temperatures rise to or slightly greater than the 100 degree mark. The hot temperatures combined with afternoon humidity will create afternoon heat indices in the 100 to 105 range. Thunderstorm chances are slim, though a weak front that will move into central Kansas late Sunday will serve as a focus for isolated late afternoon and evening thunderstorms.
Hot temperatures are expected across most of the region today. High temperatures today will range from the upper 90s in Central Kansas to 100 to 104 in Southern Kansas. Afternoon heat index values will be in the 101 to 105 range. An isolated thunderstorm chance exists for portions of Central Kansas this evening. Thunderstorm chances increase by the middle of the week region wide.
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Increasing chances of wet weather are expected across the region for Thursday and Friday. Widespread showers and embedded thunderstorms are possible, with rainfall amounts of a 1/2 to 1 inch common.
Wet weather is expected across the region for today through Friday. Widespread showers and embedded thunderstorms are possible, with rainfall amounts of a 1/2 to 1 inch common. Localized heavy rainfall may lead to some areas picking up 2 to 3 inches of rainfall.
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A few strong to marginally severe thunderstorms are possible Friday afternoon and evening over southeast Kansas, as a cold front stalls near the turnpike corridor. Downburst winds of 50 to 60 mph, small hail and locally heavy rain may accompany the strongest activity.
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Severe thunderstorms could develop over central Kansas as early as very late Sunday afternoon, but are likely Sunday evening. This area is roughly west of a line from Hillsboro to Newton to Kingman. Golf ball or larger hail, damaging winds and localized flooding are all possible. Strong to severe storms and localized flooding are also possible on Monday afternoon and evening, roughly south of a line from Salina to Great Bend, including all of south central and southeast Kansas. Anyone with outdoor activities this Labor Day weekend is urged to check later forecasts for updated information.
Severe thunderstorms are expected to develop between 5 and 8 PM around Great Bend and Russell. The initial threat will be golf ball or larger hail and winds in excess of 60 mph. As the storms develop into a line and move east during the evening, the threat for large hail will diminish, but the threat of damaging winds will increase. Winds of 65 to 75 mph are expected with the line of storms, along with localized flooding. Wilson Lake and Kanopolis Lake are in areas likely to be affected by these storms. Severe storms are also expected Monday afternoon and evening, roughly south of a line from Emporia to Newton to Kingman. Damaging winds and isolated large hail are expected in the afternoon and evening, with the threat of flooding increasing Monday night. Toronto, El Dorado and Elk City Lakes and Cheney Reservoir are all in areas where severe storms are possible. If you are camping or boating today or Monday, make sure you have a way to receive warnings and updates. Pay attention to the weather and have a plan of what you will do if severe weather threatens. Everyone is urged to check later forecasts and be alert for watches and warnings.
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A slow moving cold front will move south over South Central Kansas this afternoon before slowing some this evening. Severe thunderstorms are expected to develop along and ahead of the front across South Central and Southeast Kansas this afternoon and evening. The primary threats will be large hail and damaging winds...however a brief tornado cannot be ruled out across Southeast Kansas. As we move into the evening and overnight hours...damaging winds and locally heavy rain will become the primary threats.
Heavy rain and localized flooding will remain possible through the morning hours as thunderstorms move slowly east across southern Kansas this morning. A diffuse warm front will return north and remain nearly stationary across the Kansas region this afternoon and evening. Moisture and instability will remain abundant for a few severe thunderstorms to develop this afternoon. Large hail up the the size of golf balls and damaging winds around 60 mph will be possible with any storm that develops. This activity will increase in coverage tonight becoming more widespread across Central and portions of Southeast Kansas. Some of the storms this evening may become severe with golf ball sized hail and locally heavy rainfall.
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One more day of hot and muggy conditions can be expected today before the arrival of a strong cold front late tonight and Friday.
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A strong cold front is expected to make its way across central and south central Kansas tonight through Friday. This will allow much cooler air to spill south across the Central Plains. This front will also bring high rain chances to central Kansas tonight and area wide on Friday.
Fall like temperatures will continue through Sunday with daytime highs in the upper 70s expected across the area.
Temperatures will warm into the upper 80s and low 90s for Monday and Tuesday before a cold front brings cooler air in Tuesday night/Wednesday. Rain will be possible Tuesday night and Wednesday.
Temperatures will rise into the upper 80s and low 90s through Tuesday before a cold front arrives Tuesday night into Wednesday. Showers and thunderstorms will become more widespread along the cold front with unseasonably cool air arriving for the second half of the week.
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A strong cold front will usher in unseasonably cool air today with chances for light rain late Thursday into Friday. This chart shows where the forecast high and low fall with respect to normal and record values through the upcoming weekend for Wichita, KS.
Unseasonably cool air will remain in place through the work-week with high temperatures running 20 to 25 degrees below. Light rain showers will be possible late tonight and into Friday but rainfall amounts are expected to remain very light. Moderating temperatures can be expected over the weekend and into early next week.
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Today Showers likely and possibly a thunderstorm before 1pm, then a slight chance of showers between 1pm and 4pm. Cloudy, with a high near 55. North wind around 17 mph, with gusts as high as 26 mph. Chance of precipitation is 70%.
Tonight Partly cloudy, with a low around 37. North northeast wind 8 to 13 mph becoming light after midnight.
Saturday Sunny, with a high near 66. South southeast wind 5 to 13 mph.
Saturday Night Mostly clear, with a low around 50. South wind 8 to 11 mph.
Sunday Mostly sunny, with a high near 79. South wind 9 to 17 mph, with gusts as high as 26 mph.
Sunday Night Partly cloudy, with a low around 60.
Monday A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly sunny, with a high near 76.
Monday Night A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 56.
Tuesday Partly sunny, with a high near 75.
Tuesday Night Partly cloudy, with a low around 60.
Wednesday A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly sunny, with a high near 81.
Wednesday Night A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly cloudy, with a low around 62.
Thursday Mostly sunny, with a high near 83.
Plenty of sunshine and unseasonably cool temperatures are expected today across the area with warmer temperatures on tap to finish the weekend.
Scattered showers and storms are possible tonight through Monday. The better chances for showers and storms will be over eastern portions of Kansas.
Isolated to widely scattered thunderstorms are possible Tuesday night through early Thursday across the Kansas region. While widespread severe weather is unlikely, a few strong to marginally severe storms are possible.
Today Mostly cloudy, with a high near 76. South southeast wind 6 to 13 mph.
Tonight Partly cloudy, with a low around 63. South southeast wind 8 to 11 mph.
Wednesday A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 1pm. Mostly sunny, with a high near 88. South wind 8 to 10 mph.
Wednesday Night A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 65. Southeast wind around 9 mph.
Thursday Mostly sunny, with a high near 91. South southeast wind 9 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 22 mph.
Thursday Night Mostly clear, with a low around 69.
Friday Mostly sunny, with a high near 87. Breezy.
Friday Night Showers likely and possibly a thunderstorm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 67. Breezy.
Saturday A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 83.
Saturday Night Partly cloudy, with a low around 60.
Sunday Sunny, with a high near 79.
Sunday Night Partly cloudy, with a low around 56.
Monday Sunny, with a high near 77.
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Scattered thunderstorms are possible once again tonight across the region, with the greatest chances generally east of a line extending from Lincoln to Wichita to Winfield. While widespread severe weather is unlikely, a few strong to marginally severe storms are possible, capable of dime to quarter size hail, 50 to 60 mph winds and locally heavy rain.
Shower and thunderstorm chances will increase this weekend across the region, with the greatest probabilities generally over the southern half of Kansas. Severe weather is not expected, although locally heavy rain is possible.
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Shower and thunderstorm chances will increase this weekend across the region, with the greatest probabilities generally over the southern half of Kansas. Severe weather is not expected, although locally heavy rain is possible.
Scattered thunderstorms are possible from this afternoon thru tonight and may be produce nickel-sized hail & winds around 50 mph. Better chance of thunderstorms will occur early next week. The thunderstorms should arrive areas west of I-135 Monday night then spread across the rest of the region Tuesday & Tuesday Night continuing thru Thursday. These thunderstorms may also be quite strong with penny-side hail and winds around 50 mph.
After a quiet start to the week with seasonal temperatures, thunderstorms will return to the neighborhood. Scattered thunderstorms are still scheduled to arrive areas along and west of I-135 Monday Night then would spread across the remainder of the region from Tuesday thru Thursday during which coverage would increase. The thunderstorms will be neither strong nor severe.
Dry and mild weather is expected today with highs in the mid to upper 70s. Chances for showers and storms will increase on Tuesday into Wednesday, mainly across central Kansas.
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Chances for showers and storms will spread east across much of the area, except the southeast corner of Kansas, later today through Wednesday. While severe weather is not expected, an isolated strong storm with small hail will be possible this evening across part of central Kansas.
Chances for showers and thunderstorms will linger across much of the area today before ending tonight. Dry weather will return for Thursday.
A stretch of warm and dry weather is expected the next several days, lasting through the weekend. High temperatures will be above seasonal average, climbing into the low to mid 80s each day.
A stretch of warm and dry weather is expected into the weekend. High temperatures will be a little above average, climbing into the lower 80s each day.
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A stretch of warm and dry weather is expected into the weekend. High temperatures will be a little above average, climbing into the lower 80s each day.
Thunderstorm chances increase for the middle of the week. There is a small chance of severe thunderstorms for areas west of Interstate 135. The main threat on Tuesday, will be large hail up to quarter size. The chances of severe thunderstorms will be become more widespread on Wednesday, as an unseasonably moist airmass increases across the region. Current indications suggest that supercells, with large hail up to golf ball size and damaging wind gusts to 65 mph will be possible, especially across South Central Kansas.
Active weather is expected for Tuesday through Wednesday across the region. Strong thunderstorms will be possible for late Tuesday afternoon and night across central Kansas. Meanwhile chances for severe thunderstorms could increase for Wednesday as richer gulf moisture streams northward into Kansas.
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Severe weather will be possible for Wednesday afternoon and evening as a strong weather system moves into the region. Large hail up to the size of golf balls and damaging winds around 65 mph will be possible.
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Severe thunderstorms will be possible across the region for late this afternoon and evening, as a strong weather system approaches from the west. Large hail, damaging winds, and a few tornadoes are all possible.
A cold front will move through central and southeast Kansas today. Ahead and along this cold front severe thunderstorms are possible along and east of the Flint Hills. The primary threats will be quarter size hail and damaging winds as thunderstorms should quickly congeal into a line.
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Windy and cooler weather is slated for Friday with mostly sunny skies. Highs will be in the lower to middle 60s. Patchy frost is possible Friday Night as winds become light under clear skies. Lows will be in the middle to upper 30s.
Seasonable temperatures are anticipated today with highs in the 60s and 70s. Breezy northwest winds will return to the area on Sunday, but highs will climb into the upper 70s/around 80. A slight chance for showers will return to the area late Sunday night into Monday.
Seasonable temperatures are anticipated Sunday along with breezy northwest winds, with highs in the 70s to near 80 degrees. A slight chance for light showers will return to the area late Sunday night into Monday.
Shower and thunderstorm chances are expected to increase regionwide by mid to late week. Widespread meaningful rainfall is possible. Additionally, while scattered strong storms are possible, widespread severe weather appears unlikely.
Shower and thunderstorm chances are expected to increase regionwide by mid to late week. Widespread meaningful rainfall is possible. Additionally, while scattered strong storms are possible, widespread severe weather appears unlikely.
Above normal temperatures are expected this afternoon. Highs will range from the lower 80s in central and southeast Kansas, to near 90 along the Oklahoma border in south central Kansas.
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Thunderstorms will gradually increase from Wednesday Afternoon thru Thursday Night as an east/west oriented warm front develops across Oklahoma and lifts due north across Southern & Central Kansas. A few severe thunderstorms capable of primarily half dollar-sized hail are possible over South-Central & Southeast Kansas Wednesday Afternoon & Evening. Heavy rains would become the primary threat Thursday & Thursday Night as the warm front transitions into a cold front that will move slowly southeast across Central Kansas.
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Rainfall through Saturday will range from around 0.75 inches near Russell to around 3.00 inches in extreme southeast Kansas. Minor flooding of the usual flood prone areas is likely tonight in southeast Kansas.
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A slow-moving storm system will track eastward across the Southern Plains Today, bringing widespread rainfall and a few thunderstorms. The heaviest rainfall rates will be over Southeastern portions of the Region, with 3 to 5 inches or greater of storm-total rainfall from Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma, eastward into Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas. This could lead to flash flooding problems. The remainder of the region could receive storm total rain amounts of 0.50 to 1.5 inches.
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Another round of showers and thunderstorms are possible across most of Southern Kansas for Sunday night into Monday morning. Gulf moisture will surge back north as an area of low pressure develops over western Oklahoma. This moisture return, could lead to another round of heavy rainfall and possible flooding of low lying areas, especially over saturated grounds in Southeast Kansas.
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A strong storm system is forecast to move slowly east across the Kansas Region late Sunday into Monday. Gulf moisture will surge rapidly northward ahead of this weather system, resulting in widespread showers and thunderstorms late Sunday into Sunday Night. Some of the storms could be severe from southern Kansas southward. A few lingering showers will affect eastern Kansas Monday, however gusty northwest winds of 20 to 30 mph will affect the entire area.
A strong storm system will affect Kansas Sunday evening through Monday. Strong to marginally severe storms are expected beginning early this evening, with the greatest threat across South Central Kansas and Southeast Kansas. The greatest threat from any severe storm that develops will be quarter sized hail and wind gusts of 50 to 60 mph. During the overnight hours, the severe threat will transition to a heavy rainfall threat, as rain and embedded thunderstorms track over the same areas. The greatest threat for river flooding will exist across Southeast Kansas, which experienced heavy rainfall late last week. Some low water crossing again may become impassable due to high water along smaller rivers.
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A welcome return to seasonal temperatures will occur for much of the rest of the week as highs climb in to the low to mid 70s and lows fall down to the 40s. Winds will be breezy today with speeds of 15 to 25 mph but speeds will be reduced for the rest of the week.
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A welcome return to seasonal temperatures will occur this week, as daytime highs climb into the low to mid 70s, and overnight lows fall into the 40s. Light winds are generally anticipated much of the week although breezy north to northwest winds are expected over central Kansas on Thursday.
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Despite a few more high clouds on Thursday the temperature will warm into the upper 70s across most of central and eastern Kansas. It will be just a tad cooler on Friday with highs in the lower half of the 70s. Dry weather is expected both days.
This weekend will be wonderful for participating in outdoor activities or completing those projects in the yard as high temperatures will be in the 60s and morning lows in the 40s. Winds will be light and variable on Saturday and a little breezier on Sunday.
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A storm system will move through the region Thursday. This will cause a chance of rain and a few thunderstorms from late Wednesday through early Friday. Rainfall amounts will be around a quarter of an inch.
A storm system will move through the region Thursday. This will cause a chance of rain and a few thunderstorms from late Wednesday through Thursday. Rainfall amounts will range from a quarter to a half an inch.
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Rain chances are expected to increase for Wednesday afternoon and especially Wednesday night. While heavy rain is not expected, much of the area will see measurable rainfall.
Light rain will overspread the area early this evening and continue overnight. Only light amounts of rain are expected with amounts generally less than a half inch.
Unseasonably warm temperatures are expected for both Friday and Saturday. Highs area wide are forecast to be in the 80s.
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A very warm weekend is in store for all of the area. Highs will be around 20 degrees above normal for this time of year with all locations in the 80s.
Unseasonably warm temperatures are expected again Sunday across the area, with afternoon highs in the upper 80s to lower 90s. Record Highs are possible in several locations in Central/Eastern Kansas.
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A cold front will pass across the region Monday into Monday Evening. This will bring a chance for scattered thunderstorms to Southeast Kansas, with the rest of the region likely remaining dry. Cooler air will spread into Central Kansas behind the front Monday, with warm conditions persisting just ahead of the front. Cooler weather, more characteristic of the last week of October, can be expected Tuesday through Thursday.
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It'll be very nice the rest of the work-week, though it will be turning colder Friday Night. With lows from 25 to 30, Freeze Warnings will likely be issued for late Friday Night/very early Saturday Morning, especially for Southeast Kansas. Please stay tuned.
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Another mild day is expected Thursday with breezy Northwesterly Winds of 15 to 25 mph. A strong cold front will sweep through late Thursday into Friday. This will drop highs back into the 40s and 50s on Friday, and will set up a potential hard freeze Friday Night with lows dropping into the mid-upper 20s!
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The coldest air of the Fall season so far is expected to overspread the area Friday night. This will result in a hard freeze with lows in the 20s by early Saturday morning. The sub-freezing air will kill temperature-sensitive plants and vegetation if left unprotected.
A Hard Freeze Warning is in effect for late tonight through Saturday morning. Low temperatures are expected to drop into the 20s across the entire region.
A weather system will move across the region on Monday and Monday night bringing decent chances of rain showers and a few embedded thunderstorms to Kansas.
A weather system will bring decent chances of rain to the region for mainly Monday and Monday night. The better chances of rain and rainfall amounts greater than half an inch will affect southeast Kansas.
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Fall weather will continue through the end of the week. Although, temperatures will on a rollercoaster ride, as a series of dry cold fronts move across the area. Highs today and Friday will be around 70, while highs Thursday and Saturday will cooler with maxes around 60.
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The seasonably mild temperatures over the next several days will take a big tumble downward next week. It will feel more like Winter by Tuesday with highs in the upper 30s to lower 40s. The Winter chill will stick around most of next week.
Temperatures will remain seasonably mild through the weekend and into Monday. However, a strong cold front will plunge south across the region by Monday night, dropping temperatures well below seasonal average the rest of next week.
Only two more days left before temperatures plummet. Highs on Sunday and Monday will be in the mid 60s to the lower 70s, but will only be in the 30s for the rest of the week. After another mild night Sunday night, lows will drop into the teens and 20s. Normal lows for this time of year are in the mid 30s, with highs averaging in the mid 50s.
One more mild day is expected on Monday before a sharp polar cold front plunges south on Monday night, resulting in high temperatures over 30 degrees colder on Tuesday. Wind chills will drop into the single digits and teens during the early morning and nighttime hours from Tuesday into Wednesday.
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The already publicized Arctic Invasion is set to arrive on schedule with the obviously strong cold front surging southeast across Kansas this afternoon. The front should enter Southeast Kansas early this evening. North winds will whistle to tunes 25 to 35 mph across Central Kansas with 20 to 30 mph velocities likely across South-Central Kansas. By Tuesday morning temperatures in the northwest fourth of Kansas will have plummeted into the mid teens.
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Light accumulating snowfall is expected to begin early Saturday morning across central Kansas and spreading eastward throughout the morning and afternoon hours. Current snowfall accumulations expected to be 1-3 inches south of Highway 54 and 2-4 inches north of Highway 54. Snow should tapper off Saturday night, but light snow will return briefly Sunday morning.
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Snow will begin early Saturday morning and persist through the day. Light snow will again be possible early Sunday. Snowfall accumulations will range from a trace to two inches over south central and southeast Kansas while 2 to 4 inches will be possible over central Kansas.
Snow developing over the Western Plains will spread southeast across most of Kansas tonight and Sunday. As the graphic illustrates, accumulations will range from around one half inch in Central Kansas to around 2 inches in part of Southeast Kansas where a Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 6 AM to 6 PM on Sunday for Chautauqua, Montgomery and Labette Counties.
Cold well below normal temperatures will continue across Kansas for Monday. Temperatures will rise a bit on Tuesday but still remain below normal for mid-November
Temperatures will be on the gradual increase and get above freezing on Tuesday for most areas. This will cause any snow to melt to melt in south central and southeast Kansas during the next couple of days.
Temperatures will be on the gradual increase over the next few days. This will cause any remnant snowcover to melt across the region the next couple of days.
Areas of light freezing drizzle are possible very late Tonight into mid-morning Friday. This may result in a light glazing of ice on untreated surfaces and slick conditions.
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Areas of light freezing drizzle are possible very late tonight into mid-morning Friday. This may result in a light glazing of ice on untreated surfaces, making for very slick travel conditions for a time Friday morning. Temperatures should warm above freezing by mid to late morning, ending the freezing drizzle threat.
Rain chances are expected to increase Saturday and Saturday night for locations along and especially southeast of the Kansas turnpike.
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Great travel weather setting up for Wednesday and Thursday. Some light snow will be possible over Iowa and Missouri on Wednesday morning with minimal travel impact. Dry conditions will be in place for Thanksgiving with a wide range in temperatures.
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Great travel weather setting up through the weekend. A few sprinkles or snow flurries will be possible over Iowa and Missouri this morning with minimal travel impact expected. Dry conditions will be in place for Thanksgiving Day through the weekend with rising temperatures expected through Saturday.
Pleasant above normal temperatures expected today and Saturday. Highs will be in the 60s across the area.
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After the cold front Sunday, high temperatures will be near 30 across the area Monday.
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There is a chance for a period of light freezing drizzle across a portion of the Flint Hills, southeast and east-central Kansas late Wednesday night through early Thursday morning. While travel impacts are expected to be minimal, a few slick spots could develop on untreated roads and highways.
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Much needed rainfall is expected tonight into Friday across the entire area. The greatest amounts are expected across south central and southeast Kansas, where rainfall should average between one-half inch to around one inch.
Sunshine and above normal temperatures are expected for Monday and Tuesday. High temperatures are expected to be in the lower to middle 50s. Overnight lows will be in the lower 30s.
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A warm start to the work week is expected across the region with highs in the 50s for many locations for both Monday and Tuesday.
Pleasant above normal temperatures are expected Monday and Tuesday. Highs will be in the lower to middle 50s across the area.
It will turn cooler again the next couple of days with high temperatures back in the 40s. Some sunshine is expected again on Tuesday, however clouds and a chance of light rain or drizzle is expected on Wednesday. There could even be a period of freezing drizzle early Wednesday morning across central Kansas.
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Warming temperatures are expected toward the end of this week as winds become more Southerly. Late night and morning patchy fog and drizzle will be possible during the period.
Widespread rain is possible late Sunday and Sunday night, as a strong storm system approaches from the west. Widespread rain amounts of one-half to three-quarters of an inch are possible, with locally higher amounts exceeding one inch. A few thunderstorms are possible as well, but severe weather is not expected. Furthermore, accumulating snow is possible over primarily western Kansas.
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Widespread rain is expected Sunday into early Monday, as a strong storm system approaches from the west. Widespread rain amounts of one-half to three-quarters of an inch are possible, with locally higher amounts exceeding one inch. A few thunderstorms are possible as well, but severe weather is not expected. Furthermore, accumulating snow (1 - 4 inches) is possible over primarily Northwestern Kansas.
Widespread drizzle and fog may reduce visibilities below 1/2 mile at times across the area tonight and early Saturday. A strong storm system will arrive on Sunday bringing widespread rain and thunderstorms to the area. A few strong storms with small hail will be possible across southern Kansas on Sunday.
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Temperatures will return to more seasonable values this week with increasing chances for a light wintry mix of precipitation toward the end of the week.
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Some light wintry precipitation is expected Wednesday night into Thursday morning across central and eastern Kansas. A light glaze of ice from freezing rain or freezing drizzle is possible across the Flint Hills and southeast Kansas with a light dusting of snow possible along the I-70 corridor in central Kansas.
Winter weather returns to the area Wednesday night. Mainly light snow is expected across Central Kansas, with a transition to freezing drizzle and snow across South Central and Southeast Kansas. Snow accumulation will vary from around an inch in Central Kansas to none along the Oklahoma border. A glaze of ice is possible with the freezing drizzle over south central and southeast Kansas.
Winter weather will commence late this afternoon near the Oklahoma border and spread north through sunset. The heaviest snow is expected between 7 pm and 1 am. Snowfall amounts will range from around 3 inches near Topeka to a trace near the Oklahoma border. For Thursday, expect light precipitation in the morning, that will end west of I-35 by afternoon.
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Wintry weather will continue throughout the overnight hours across southern and eastern Kansas. Snow will be present across central Kansas with a wintry mix including snow, sleet and freezing rain/drizzle over southern Kansas. This will cause hazardous conditions on roadways. Take care when driving.
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Warmer weather returns by Saturday, with highs in the 40s
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A weather system will move across the region Sunday into Monday. Areas of light drizzle will be possible Sunday. There will be a chance for light rain Sunday night into Monday, especially Monday and Monday night over far southern and southeast Kansas.
A weather system could bring some light snow accumulations to central Kansas for Tuesday and Tuesday night. Snowfall amounts are expected to remain light.
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Warmer than normal temperatures and gusty south winds will prevail on Christmas Day across Kansas.
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Warmer than normal temperatures and gusty south winds will prevail on Christmas Day across Kansas.
Mild and windy for Christmas day with chances of snow possible for Friday night and Saturday as a weather system moves into the region. Arctic air is expected to blast southward into Kansas for early next week.
Arctic air will surge south across Kansas early next week bringing some of the coldest air of the season to Kansas. Highs on Tuesday will struggle to climb out of the teens across much of the area while lows fall to near zero.
Arctic air will surge south across Kansas early next week bringing some of the coldest air of the season to Kansas and surrounding areas. Highs on Tuesday will struggle to climb out of the teens across much of the area while lows fall to near zero. Light snow may accompany the cold air with light accumulations possible Monday night.
Arctic air will surge south across Kansas late Monday into Tuesday bringing some of the coldest air of the season to Kansas and surrounding areas. Highs on Tuesday will struggle to climb out of the teens across much of the area while lows fall to near zero. Northerly winds at 15 to 20 mph will drive wind chill values into the 10 to 15 below range across much of central Kansas. In addition, light snow will accompany the cold air with accumulations of 1-2 inches possible across central Kansas while a trace to 1 inch is expected further south across much of South Central and portions of Southeast Kansas.
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Arctic air will surge south tonight and provide dangerous wind chills across the region. In addition, snow will overspread western and central Kansas this evening with between a half inch and 2 inches possible.
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A slight warm-up is expected for Thursday but temperatures are still expected to remain below normal.
Strong low pressure system is expected to lift across the area on Friday through Saturday night. A Wintry mix of precipitation is expected to begin Friday night and eventually change to all snow by Saturday morning. Locations generally between I-70 and the Kansas Turnpike will have the greatest chance to experience significant travel hazards from this storm.
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Winter precipitation will develop and spread across Central and South Central Kansas tonight then continue into Saturday. The event is expected to start out with a period of light freezing rain and sleet tonight, mainly affecting locations along and near a Hutchinson to Marion line. Ice amounts will be light and generally less than a tenth of an inch. The precipitation will then change over to snow either late tonight or on Saturday with snow accumulations ranging from a trace to 4 inches across Central and South Central Kansas. The snow will end across the area by Saturday night.
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Potentially dangerous windchill temperatures are forecast Thursday morning with values between 10 and 15 below zero in the morning hours. This could quickly cause frostbite to exposed skin. Take precautions and wear warm clothing if you must be outside.
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After a brief warm up today, temperatures will drop again Friday. Wind chill values will again be between zero and 10 below zero Friday morning.
More sub-zero wind chills will affect the area tonight through Saturday morning, as arctic high pressure settles east of the region, and southerly winds increase.
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Patchy freezing drizzle is possible mainly southeast of the Kansas Turnpike Sunday evening and Sunday night. While a major winter event is not expected, very light ice accumulation is possible.
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Light snow will be possible late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning for mainly central and south central Kansas. Locations that experience snow can expect to pick up less than a half inch.
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A return to above normal temperatures is expected on Thursday as high temperatures climb into the 40s and 50s. Above normal temperatures are expected to continue into early next week.
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Above normal temperatures are expected for Friday. High temperatures will climb well above normal. Highs temperatures will be in the upper 50s to near 60 under mostly sunny skies.
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Strong northwest winds and relatively dry air will result in an elevated grassland fire danger index over the area. For areas west of a Salina to Harper line, values briefly reach the extreme category, while most areas for most times will be in the very high category.
The unseasonably warm weather will continue on Sunday with high temperatures climbing into the mid to upper 60s. This could tie or break the record high for Wichita for the 18th of January, which is 65 set in 1951. The warm temperatures and gusty afternoon winds will also result in very high grassland fire danger across south central and southeast Kansas.
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One more mild day is expected on Monday with highs in the low to mid 60s. Winds will be relatively light at less than 15 mph under a mostly sunny sky. Cooler weather is expected by Tuesday with highs in the low to mid 50s.
Even though it will be cooler on Tuesday, highs will still be around 5 to 10 degrees above normal. Some sprinkles or light rain will be possible across mainly the southern portion of Kansas.
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A slight cool down is expected Thursday before temps warm back up for the weekend.
On Thursday, skies will clear in a North to South manner and with north winds 5 to 10 mph, temperatures will be a little cooler, but still very close to normal.
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A warming trend is expected to commence Saturday and continue through Tuesday. Highs are forecast to be 10 to 15 degrees above normal through this period.
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Warm temperatures will be in store for Kansas on Saturday with daytime highs in the upper 50s and 60s.
Cooler temperatures will be in store for Kansas on Sunday but warmer readings will quickly return to the region for Monday.
Well above normal temperatures will prevail across the entire region on Monday with daytime highs in the 60s and low 70s.
It will be a terrific Tuesday across the neighborhood with record highs possible at several locations.
Highs today across the entire area will be 25 to 30 degrees above normal as they top out in the 70s.
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A mix of rain and snow is possible beginning Friday night and persisting through early Sunday. While mostly rain is expected with this system, a changeover to all snow is possible Saturday night as colder air filters south. Light accumulations of one inch or less are expected.
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A wet weekend is expected regionwide, as a storm system approaches from the west. While most of the precipitation will be rain, some light snow is possible Saturday night into Sunday morning as colder air filters south. Light accumulations are possible.
An occasional cold rain is expected today across central and eastern Kansas. Colder air is expected to change the rain to snow late tonight before ending on Sunday. Beneficial rainfall will average around one-half inch. Any snow accumulations are expected to be light, though up to an inch is possible across central Kansas and a portion of the Flint Hills by early Sunday morning.
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Light snow will be possible across the area Wednesday into Wednesday Evening. The best chance for light accumulations of a coating up to an inch or two, will be across northern and eastern portions of the State.
Snow will begin Wednesday morning across northern Kansas and will spread southeast through the day on Wednesday. Light accumulations and areas of blowing snow are expected, mainly across the Northeast part of Kansas. Roads may become slick, especially untreated, elevated surfaces. A surge of cold Canadian air will accompany the snow and drop wind chills below zero across much of the area Thursday morning.
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A warmup is in store this Weekend across the Kansas Region. In fact, record high temperatures will be possible on Saturday. Mostly sunny skies are expected Friday through Sunday.
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Wichita State guard Tekele Cotton, right, draws a foul from Bradley forward Mike Shaw during the first half Wednesday in Peoria, Ill. STEPHEN HAAS ASSOCIATED PRESS
A beautiful weekend is in store as temperatures climb 20 to 30 degrees above normal for this time of year. Saturday still looks to be the warmest day of the weekend with afternoon highs in the 70s.
This February weekend will be well above normal with highs in the 60s and 70s. Highs on Saturday will be near to exceeding records across the region.
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As the graphic illustrates, Sunday’s weather will be ‘sun’sational.
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Although not nearly as warm as Sunday, Monday’s weather will still be very nice.
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Below normal temperatures will return to the area on Thursday. Forecast highs range from near 30 around Kansas City to the upper 40s around Medicine Lodge.
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Temperatures will continue to cool over the next couple of days. By Thursday, highs will range from the upper 20s in Kansas City, to the lower 40s around Great Bend and Medicine Lodge.
A winter storm is expected to develop late Sunday night and continue into Tuesday. Light snow is expected over central Kansas, with a wintry mix across south central and southeast Kansas. Travel may be impacted south of a line from Chanute to Arkansas City. Wind chills will be below zero over the entire area Tuesday night.
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Cold below normal temperatures and light snow will be possible for Sunday through Tuesday across the region, as a weather system moves across the central plains. Stay tuned for later updates if you have travel plans this during this period.
Colder than normal air is expected Sunday through Tuesday. Wind chill readings of zero to 10 below are expected throughout much of the area early Sunday Morning. There will be a chance of light snow across mainly Eastern Kansas Sunday with a trace up to 1 inch of accumulation possible. There will also be a chance of light snow across Western and Southern Kansas Monday into early Tuesday where light accumulations could occur.
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Much colder than normal air will be in place Sunday with highs in the 20s. Early morning wind chill readings will be in the 0 to 8 below range. There will be a chance of light snow across Eastern Kansas Sunday into Sunday Evening. The snow may be mixed with sleet in the far Southeast. Total snow amounts are expected to range from just a dusting up to 1 inch with the higher amounts in the far Southeast. The remainder of Central and South Central Kansas may experience brief flurries.
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Wintry travel is expected tonight into early Monday across central and eastern Kansas due to accumulating snow. Travel impacts will be the greatest across east central and southeast Kansas where 3 to 5 inches of snowfall is expected by Monday morning.
Periods of snow showers are possible over much of the area Tuesday. Most locations will receive around a half inch, but very isolated locations could pick up to 2 inches.
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Below normal temperatures will overspread the region for Wednesday. Highs are expected to be 10 to 20 degrees below normal.
Wintry precipitation will increase Friday night into Saturday, as a storm system approaches from the west. The best potential for mostly snow will exist over generally the northern half of Kansas, with a wintry mix of freezing drizzle, snow and rain further south. Mostly rain is expected over far southern Kansas and Oklahoma. While a major winter storm is not expected at this time, there remains some uncertainty in the forecast, so please stay tuned for later outlooks.
Wintry precipitation will increase Friday night into Saturday, as a storm system approaches from the west. The best potential for mostly snow will exist over generally the northern half of Kansas, with a wintry mix of freezing drizzle, snow and rain further south. Mostly rain is expected over far southern Kansas and Oklahoma. While a major winter storm is not expected at this time, there remains some uncertainty in the forecast, so please stay tuned for later outlooks.
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Snow will increase across Western Kansas and spread eastward across the area tonight into Sunday, especially for locations west of I-135. Accumulations up to 2 inches with locally higher amounts will be possible before the snow diminishes late Sunday morning.
Another blast of Arctic air is set to arrive Tonight and continue through Monday Morning. A few flurries are possible across primarily South-Central Kansas on Monday. (Dashed Areas)
Northerly winds will combine with lows in the single digits producing wind chills of 5 to 10 below late tonight and into Monday morning.
Another chance of light snow will return across Kansas on Wednesday night as an arctic cold front pushes south into Oklahoma. At this time it appears that light accumulation amounts are possible, with the greatest amount of snow expected across northeast Kansas into northwest Missouri. In addition to the chance of snow, near zero wind chills are expected.
Cold arctic air will plunge in Wednesday behind the cold front. By late Wednesday night/early Thursday morning temperatures will be in the teens with wind chill temperatures near zero to 10 below zero.
A winter storm will enter the area Saturday and stay through the weekend into next week. Snowfall through Saturday afternoon will be a few inches. Additional snowfall is expected Sunday and possibly Monday. Freezing rain and sleet will begin across areas south of the turnpike beginning Sunday and into Monday.
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Light snow and flurries will be possible today with an increase in coverage and intensity expected late tonight through Saturday night. A wintry mix will be possible Sunday for mainly southern portions of the state. The winter precipitation should come to an end early Sunday evening. Snow amounts are expected to range from 2 to 5 inches with the higher amounts between Highway 400 and I-70. Ice accumulation Sunday morning is expected to be less than a quarter inch.
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Multiple rounds of wintry precipitation are expected, starting early Saturday through Midday Sunday. Widespread light snow will overspread the region on Saturday before shifting eastward Saturday evening. Another round of light to moderate snow is expected late Saturday Night into Sunday Morning. A mix of sleet and freezing rain is possible along and south of Highway 400/54 Sunday Morning with light ice accumulations. Storm total snowfall accumulations of 3 to 5 inches are expected by Midday Sunday area-wide. Roads will be slick and snowcovered for motorists.
Additional light to perhaps moderate snow will be possible Tonight into Sunday Morning, with up to an inch or 2 of additional accumulation possible. Light freezing drizzle is possible over South Central and Southeast kansas, mainly closer to the Oklahoma border. Roads will be snow-covered and slick for motorists.
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Warmer temperatures expected for Tuesday along with rain chances for much of the area, however a strong cold front will race southward across the region during the day with falling temperatures in its wake.
Warmer temperatures expected for Tuesday along with rain chances for much of the area, however a strong cold front will race southward across the region during the day with falling temperatures in its wake.
Another round of light snow and flurries is possible Tuesday night and Wednesday. Snow is most likely near the Oklahoma border and in Southeast Kansas, with amounts generally less than an inch.
Light Snow is expected to increase in coverage and continue into early Wednesday afternoon. Snow totals will range from 2 and 3 inches for locations west of Interstate 135 for Hutchinson and Kingman, to 1 to 2 inches in Wichita and across Southern Kansas.
A nice warming trend will be in store for the region from Friday through the middle of next week. Daytime highs will actually rise above normal which will be a welcome change across the area.
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A nice warming trend will be in store for the region from Friday through the middle of next week. Daytime highs will actually rise above normal which will be a welcome change across the area.
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Above normal temperatures are expected regionwide this weekend through next week. The warmest days will likely be Wednesday and Thursday, with highs in the 60s and 70s.
Above normal temperatures will prevail through at least next week. The warmest days will likely be Wednesday and Thursday, with highs in the 60s and 70s.
Temperatures will climb well above normal over the upcoming week. Toward the middle of next week, forecast lows will climb into the lower 40s while forecast highs rise into the low 70s. Normal lows are in the lower 30s and the normal highs are in the mid and upper 50s.
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Springlike temperatures are expected Tuesday through Thursday, with highs in the middle 60s to lower 70s.
High temperatures will soar into the mid 70s across the area this afternoon, which will be some of the warmest weather so far this year. It will be just a couple degrees cooler for Thursday with highs around 70.
There will be increasing chances for rain across southeast Kansas tonight and Friday. However, it will remain very warm and dry across central Kansas, which will result in very high grassland fire danger this afternoon and Friday afternoon.
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There will be increasing chances for rain across southeast Kansas tonight and Friday. However, it will remain very warm and dry across central Kansas, which will result in very high grassland fire danger this afternoon and Friday afternoon.
SaturdaySunny, with a high near 66. North wind 11 to 14 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.
Saturday NightMostly clear, with a low around 34. Light and variable wind becoming south around 6 mph after midnight.
SundaySunny, with a high near 76. South southwest wind 7 to 17 mph, with gusts as high as 26 mph.
Sunday NightClear, with a low around 42. South wind 10 to 14 mph, with gusts as high as 18 mph.
MondaySunny, with a high near 77.
Monday NightMostly clear, with a low around 37.
TuesdayMostly sunny, with a high near 59.
Tuesday NightA chance of rain. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 38.
WednesdayA chance of rain. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 58.
Wednesday NightA slight chance of rain. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 39.
ThursdayA slight chance of rain. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 60.
Thursday NightA chance of rain. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 36.
FridayA slight chance of rain. Partly sunny, with a high near 61.
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Very low relative humidities will combine with gusty southwest winds to produce very high to extreme grassland fire danger conditions by Sunday afternoon. Burning is not recommended Sunday afternoon, especially over central Kansas where fires will spread rapidly.
Dangerous burning conditions Today across the area. Extreme Grassland Fire Danger is forecast across all but extreme southeast Kansas. Do not burn.
Today will be cooler across the area with breezy north winds. The north winds and low relative humidities will cause very high grassland fire danger. Outdoor burning is not recommended.
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Cooler below normal temperatures with chances of light rain on Wednesday.
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Rainfall accumulations today will be light with drizzle and light rain showers throughout the day. Accumulations will be between a trace to a quarter of an inch.
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A very nice weather day will be in store for Kansas on Friday with bright sunny skies, light winds, and above normal temperatures.
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Scattered thunderstorms are possible Monday night over generally the northeast quarter of Kansas. The strongest activity will be capable of pea to dime size hail and locally heavy rain. Widespread severe weather is not expected.
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Scattered thunderstorms are expected Monday night, with the highest probabilities over central and northeast Kansas after 9 pm. The strongest activity will be capable of dime to quarter size hail and locally heavy rain.
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A cold front will push southward through Kansas Wednesday. Moisture and instability will return northward from Oklahoma into Southeastern Kansas, resulting in thunderstorm development during the late afternoon and early evening hours. Strong storms will be possible with hail and wind gusts.
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