Storms Tonight, Cooler Temps Tomorrow

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Thunderstorms will begin to develop this afternoon as a cold front pushes through southwest and north-central Kansas and moves to the southeast.

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Thursday, September 19, 2013

Parts of KAKEland are in store for rain and potentially severe weather this evening.

Thunderstorms will begin to develop this afternoon as a cold front pushes through southwest and north-central Kansas and moves to the southeast.

The biggest threats from these storms are hail up to one inch in diameter and winds gusts up to 60 miles-per-hour. Locally heavy rain is also possible. However, the threat of severe weather is small.

The storms should taper off in south-central Kansas around 9 p.m. and continue into southeast Kansas.

Meteorologist Jay Prater is monitoring conditions in the First Alert Weather Center.

Keep up to date with our Interactive Radar and LIVE weather coverage. You cal also download the new KAKE News app.

For Friday in south-central Kansas: mostly cloudy skies early with decreasing clouds through the afternoon. Highs will top out in the upper 70s.


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