Rounds of storms this weekend

Rounds of storms this weekend

Rounds of storms this weekend

Some stronger storms are possible with that batch as well.

Another round of storms will be possible Friday night into Saturday morning, the weather service said.

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Once this line of storms races east, the severe threat will die down.

The Missouri and Kansas rivers in Wyandotte County are now below flood stage and below action stage, according to hydrology charts. A 40 percent chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms starts this afternoon, mainly between 3 and 8 p.m. Slight chance of a shower. Wind: NE/SE 5-15; gusty.

Patchy fog, and cloudy skies are likely early Sunday morning.

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Severe wind gust forecast gives the yellow area a 15 percent chance of a severe wind gust over 58 mph within 25 miles of any given point. Chance of precipitation is 30%. There is a risk of a thunderstorm in the afternoon.

Tue: High: 99 Low: 76 Mostly sunny with isolated overnight storms.

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Sat: High: 92 Low: 71 Mostly sunny. There are more clouds than sunshine for Saturday, especially through the first half of the day, but that won't stop temperatures from turning toasty.

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