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An Enhanced Risk of Severe Thunderstorms for Sat (10/21)
Severe thunderstorms, including large hail and damaging winds, will develop late Saturday afternoon across eastern Kansas into western Oklahoma. Severe squall line will progress into the lower/mid-Mississippi Valley during the overnight hours.
 For additional details, see the latest Day 3 Convective Outlook.
 Critical fire weather conditions are forecast today. See details...
Hazard Thu (10/19) Fri (10/20) Sat (10/21) Sun (10/22) Mon (10/23) Tue (10/24) Wed (10/25) Thu (10/26)
Severe Marginal No Severe Enhanced No Area No Area No Area No Area No Area
Fire Critical Elevated No Area Critical Critical No Area No Area No Area

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Severe Weather Climatology (1982-2011)

Any Severe Probabilities: 19 Oct

Tornado Probabilities: 19 Oct

Damaging Wind Probabilities: 19 Oct

Severe Hail Probabilities: 19 Oct

Significant Tornado Probabilities: 19 Oct

Significant Wind Probabilities: 19 Oct

Significant Hail Probabilities: 19 Oct


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Wildfire Climatology (1992-2013)

100 Acres Wildfire Probabilities: 19 Oct

300 Acres Wildfire Probabilities: 19 Oct

1000 Acres Wildfire Probabilities: 19 Oct

5000 Acres Wildfire Probabilities: 19 Oct


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Oct 15, 2017 Tornado: 0 Wind: 104 Hail: 0