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By Meteorologist Ross Janssen | October 9, 2013
Scattered storms will be back in Kansas heading into Thursday evening as a big storm system approaches from the west . A few of the storms could produce some hail and wind Thursday evening, but widespread severe weather is not likely. Dry weather is expected overnight with south winds and low temperatures dropping into the 50s. Clouds will be heading our way Thursday afternoon with temperatures climbing into the low 80s. The storms in western Kansas Thursday evening will have a tendency to weaken and fall apart as they move east.
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By Meteorologist Mark Larson | October 9, 2013
Meteorologist Mark Larson says more wind and more warmth are on the way Wednesday along with storm chances Thursday and Friday. Early Wednesday, the breeze was still stiff over western Kansas, with lighter winds for the east under a mostly clear sky. Windy weather will continue across our state through week's end ahead of a storm system that will plow in from the southern Rockies late Thursday. Get ready for another windy afternoon Wednesday as gusts from the south top 35 mph at times over western Kansas.
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By Meteorologist Rodney Price | October 8, 2013
Some high clouds will work eastward across the state today along with gusty winds.  Highs will warm to the upper 70s to lower and middle 80s.  A Red Flag Warning for extreme fire danger has been issued for parts of western Kansas, as the warm, windy and dry conditions prevail. The forecast stays pleasant Wednesday and Thursday as it remains warm and breezy.  Showers and storms will creep back into northwest Kansas, starting in the late-afternoon hours of Thursday.  Those storms will roll eastward during the overnight hours.  Look for more rain chances Friday night and even into early Saturday for south central Kansas.
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By Meteorologist Ross Janssen | October 8, 2013
Windy weather will continue across Kansas the next few days as we wait on a storm system that will be coming from the southwest. Overnight, skies will be mostly clear with low temperatures in the low 50s. South winds will continue statewide, with strongest wind gusts across the west. Wednesday will be another windy afternoon with gusts from the south up to 35 mph in the west. Temperatures will be close to 80 degrees. Still looks windy and warm Thursday with highs near 80. Scattered storms are expected to develop across western Kansas Thursday evening.
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By Meteorologist Mark Larson | October 7, 2013
After a  cool, fall-like weekend, Meteorologist Mark Larson says get ready for a slow but steady warming trend this week along with gusty southerly winds and even a few rain/storm chances. Early Monday, light winds, dry air and clear skies let temps tumble into the chilly lower 40's. Monday afternoon looks a bit breezy for far western Kansas as southerly winds gust to 30 mph. Lighter winds are expected across central and eastern Kansas with high temps topping out in the 75-80 degree range.
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by Adam Knapp and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | October 7, 2013
Don't be worried if you see constant smoke coming from south Sedgwick County this week. Months after a wind storm caused a mess of tree limbs all over Wichita, a pile of tree debris is now on fire. Sedgwick Count started burning it this afternoon. Residents dumped more than 10,000 truck and trailer loads of debris at a designated spot at 63rd South and Medidian over the summer. Crews had to wait for a good day to start burning the pile, with the wind out of the south. The pile will burn around the clock for a week.
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By Meteorologist Dean Jones | October 6, 2013
Cool and breezy today, however the wind will not be as "bad" as yesterday.  Clouds across northern and central Kansas continue to decrease - so sunny skies prevail.  Northwest winds are gusty, and will remain that way through the afternoon. Winds should diminish quickly after sunset.  Temperatures will be on the cool side, but with less wind- it will feel pretty "nice".  Highs will range from the lower 60s in northeast Kansas to the lower 70s in the southwest.  Early October temperatures are usually in the lower 70s. Mostly clear skies overnight and light winds will set the stage for another chilly night and cold start to Monday morning.  Lows will dip in to the upper 30s and lower 40s statewide.  For the upcoming work week, we anticipate a nice warming trend as afternoon highs climb from the 70s to the lower 80s.  This time of year a warming trend usually means a windy forecast, and Kansas will have plenty of wind this week.  Most of the week looks dry until late Thursday and Friday.  Another cold front is headed this way with increasing chances of showers and storms.
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By Meteorologist Rodney Price | October 5, 2013
Clouds will invade north central Kansas overnight while we'll see clear to mostly clear skies elsewhere.  It'll be a very chilly night.  Lows will be coldest in the northwest, where low to mid 30s will be common and a Frost Advisory is in effect.  The rest of the state will see middle to upper 30s to the low 40s. Clouds around Concordia and Salina will give way to mostly sunny skies.  Northwest winds will pick up yet again with speeds of...
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