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Storm Center Update - Sunday AM

July 6, 2014, 5:27 AM by Grant Smith

Storm Center Update - Sunday AM

Sunday looks to be another hot and humid day. Dew points still near 70 with highs near 90 across the state. Winds will be out of the north which will help cool KELOLAND down as we go into the work week so we’ll see highs back into the low to middle 80s.

Chances for showers and storms across KELOLAND Monday through early Tuesday morning then the afternoon looks to clear out as a surface high pressure sets up. Wednesday looks to be clear then another chance for storms on Thursday.

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