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Storm Center Update - Sunday PM

August 3, 2014, 3:29 PM by Grant Smith

Sunday night, what storms that developed this afternoon will fade out relatively quickly once the sun goes down, lows tonight cooling to the low to mid-60s once again. Few clouds may still be leftover from the afternoon rain.

Monday looks to start with mostly clear skies across the state before the thundershowers begin in the afternoon. Monday's highs will be cooler, 80s will be found across the area.

The best chances for rain across KELOLAND are on Tuesday and Wednesday. Leftover showers Thursday morning with clearing skies Thursday afternoon. Friday, we could see more storms but this will be a separate system than the one that will affect KELOLAND during most of the week.

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