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SEVERE STORMS THRU KANSAS WEDNESDAY

Published on: 10:38AM May 18, 2010
A LARGE INFLUX OF MOISTURE WILL PUSH INTO WRN KANSAS THRU THE DAY TODAY AND OVERNITE. THUNDERSTORMS WILL DEVELOP AS THE JET STREAM PLUNGES SOUTH OUT OF COLORADO AND COLLIDES WITH THE MOIST AIR OVER ERN COLORADO AND WRN KANSAS. SEVERE STORMS WILL PUSH EAST THRU THE DAY WITH THE LIKELY FIRING LINE OF SEVERE WEATHER SOUTH OF LINE FROM GARDEN CITY - DODGE CITY - WICHITA - AND CHANUTE (BASICALLY ALONG HWY 50/400 WEST TO EAST). GREATEST THREAT THRU THE AREA WILL BE LARGE HAIL AND TORNADOES - THE TORNADOES HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO BE LONG-LIVED AS THEY TRACK EAST........EXPECT ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ELSEWHERE THRUOUT KANSAS AND SW NEBRASKA....... AS THE STORMS EXIT ERN KANSAS ON WED EVENING, THE FOCUS SHIFTS TO TERRENTIAL RAINS OVER CENTRAL MISSOURI THRU THE MORNING ON THURSDAY (2+ INCHES).....SHOWERS WITH ISOLATED THUNDER WILL MOVE NE INTO SRN IOWA AND CENTRAL ILLINOIS THRU THE AFTERNOON.....SHOWERS WILL PERSISIT IN MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS THRU FRIDAY....DRY ELSEWHERE.... GO TO: WWW.TALKMIDWESTWEATHER.BLOGSPOT.COM TO SEE EXTENDED FORECAST................. CONTACT: TALKWEATHER@GMAIL.COM