KSN Threat Tracker for Sunday, 8/17/14

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12:48AM A Severe T-Storm Warning has been issued for Sedgwick, Reno and Kingman Counties until 1:30AM. Wind to 60mph and hail to quarter size are the main concerns.

11:45PM There is still one Severe T-Storm Warning in effect currently in Central Kansas. This warning is for wind gusts to 60mph. Get radar anytime here.

11:02PM Another Severe T-Storm Watch has been issued for the Northeast Counties in the KSN Viewing Area. This watch now is in effect until 1AM.

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10:51PM A measured wind gust of 62mph was just reported at the Salina Airport.

10:06PM Strong winds continue to be the main threat through tonight as storms continue to move eastward.

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9:20PM A Severe T-Storm Watch has been issued for part of Northcentral Kansas. This watch is in effect until midnight.

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9:00PM There are a few active Severe T-Storm Warnings in Northcentral Kansas. Golfball to softball size hail was reported recently just South of Agra in Phillips Co. – this occurred at 8:24PM.

8:30PM Strong to severe storms are still affecting parts of Northcentral Kansas. The new elevated threat area from the Storm Prediction Center has been shifted further south to include a few more KSN counties.

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5:24PM There is an elevated threat for severe weather later this evening and into tonight across Central Nebraska and far Northcentral Kansas. This elevated threat area does include a few of our far Northcentral Kansas counties. Main concerns will be gusty winds and some hail.

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3:12PM There are a few strong to severe storms now in Northwest Kansas. Hail nickel to quarter size and wind 50-60mph are possible with these storms.

2:00PM We have a few spotty showers in far Western Kansas – otherwise still quiet across the state. Get radar here.

10:10AM Radar is quiet now but we will be keeping a close eye on storm development over in western Kansas this afternoon. Storm chances continue overnight which will impact portions of central Kansas.

9:05AM Sunny and mild this morning. It’s going to be another hot and humid August afternoon as highs approach the middle to upper 90s.

8:01AM Nice quiet start to our Sunday. Very light winds and damp grounds has allowed for fog development in the northeast corner of the state this morning.

6:26AM Above normal temperatures will continue to wrap up the weekend. There is a chance for a few showers and storms this afternoon in northwest Kansas.

5:53AM Another hot day is expected with temperatures to near 100 degrees at many locations. Use caution if you are going to be outside for long periods of time.

5:23AM Hot weather will persist through the upcoming week with highs in the mid to upper 90s. There are small chances for thunderstorms each day across the state but it’s mostly going to be hit and miss storms.

4:18AM Another mild start to our day with temperatures in the 60s and 70s.

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