1:20 PM Update: Severe storms are expected across the yellow shaded area after 4 PM today. The strongest storms will be capable of large hail up to baseball size, damaging winds up to 70 MPH, tornadoes, and heavy rainfall.Severe storms are likely, especially east of the Kansas Turnpike and into the Flint Hills. Severe storms will be capable of baseball sized hail, 70 mph winds, and a tornado or two. Be sure to have multiple ways to receive a warning.With severe weather expected across southeast Kansas this afternoon and evening it’s important to be prepared for all hazards, including tornadoes. Be sure to have multiple ways to receive a warning.After a few isolated showers and thunderstorms in Southeast Kansas Sunday morning, clearing will occur giving way to mostly sunny weather for the next week. Temperatures will be on the warm side with Central Kansas likely to see temperatures approach 90.
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