More Heavy Rain and Wind on Monday September 13
On the afternoon of September 13, 2010 another round of severe thunderstorms kicked off along a surface boundary in northeast Kansas. Some of the storms became severe with strong damaging winds and large hail to the size of golf balls. Although winds gusts of up to 70 mph were reported to the National Weather Service in Topeka, no signficant damage was reported. Heavy rain was also reported from the storms as 2 to 3 inches fell over a short period of time across north central Kansas. By Monday night, the storms formed into a squall line and moved eastward into the Kansas City metro area.
Click here to view an interactive map of all the severe weather reports from September 13.