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Storm Center Update - Saturday PM

June 21, 2014, 4:39 PM by Grant Smith

Hope you had a great first day of summer, it certainly felt like summer with highs reaching the 90s in some parts of KELOLAND.

As we go into the evening and overnight hours, a cold front will keep pushing showers and thunderstorms to the east. Some of these storms are expected to be severe, large hail and high winds are the main threats. Lows cooling down to the upper 50s to the mid-60s.

Sunday, there looks to be some leftover showers and storms, highs a little cooler, topping out in the mid-70s to low 80s.

The next work week will be overall cooler than it has been in the last couple days, highs around 80s with more storms middle of the week.

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