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  • Eureka bears the worst of storm damage

    Eureka bears the worst of storm damage

    The Greenwood County town of Eureka took the brunt of the damage from Wednesday's storms. The damage is bad enough that the first day of school will not go on as planned. 

    The Greenwood County town of Eureka took the brunt of the damage from Wednesday's storms. The damage is bad enough that the first day of school will not go on as planned. 

  • Severe storms possible this afternoon in Wichita

    Severe storms possible this afternoon in Wichita

    Wednesday, August 16 2017 5:17 PM EDT2017-08-16 21:17:18 GMT

    The severe weather threat returns to the Eastern half of Kansas Wednesday afternoon and evening. Storms that develop during the afternoon and evening could once again produce large hail and high wind gusts. Storms are expected to fire up along and ahead of a front that will be roughly aligned with Kansas Turnpike from South Central Kansas into Northeast Kansas. Look for development after 3pm in South Central Kansas in and around Wichita. Storms this afternoon could produce torrential...

    The severe weather threat returns to the Eastern half of Kansas Wednesday afternoon and evening. Storms that develop during the afternoon and evening could once again produce large hail and high wind gusts. Storms are expected to fire up along and ahead of a front that will be roughly aligned with Kansas Turnpike from South Central Kansas into Northeast Kansas. Look for development after 3pm in South Central Kansas in and around Wichita. Storms this afternoon could produce torrential...

  • Severe weather threat returns to KAKEland

    Severe weather threat returns to KAKEland

    Tuesday, August 15 2017 12:58 PM EDT2017-08-15 16:58:34 GMT

    Storms will return to KAKEland this afternoon into the overnight hours and a few of them could be severe.

    Storms will return to KAKEland this afternoon into the overnight hours and a few of them could be severe.

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