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June 19, 2013 08:29 AM

Storm Center Update - Wednesday AM

Winds will be the main story today.  Expect southeast winds to increase across KELOLAND at fifteen to twenty-five miles per hour.  The winds will be stronger in central and south central KELOLAND with speeds of twenty to thirty-five miles per hour.  The winds will help keep the warm air in place and increase moisture.  It will be warm and humid with highs in the lower to middle eighties. 

We’ll interact with the moisture in the form of showers and storms developing through the day.  The highest chance is southeast KELOLAND at forty percent; everyone else is sitting at a twenty percent chance. 

The rain chances will continue into tonight and Thursday. 

An approaching low pressure system and cold front will spark Thursday’s showers and storms.  The Storm Prediction Center has eastern KELOLAND in a slight risk for severe weather on Thursday.  Highs will remain in lower and middle eighties.


Scattered chances for showers and storms will continue for a lot of us through the weekend as highs remain in the eighties.


Get whatever rain you can as widespread eighties and nineties will take over for next week with dry skies.

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