A line of strong storms are expected to move into the Kansas City area Thursday evening bringing the possibility of strong winds, damaging hail and a few tornadoes.
A line of strong storms are expected to move into the Kansas City area Thursday evening bringing the possibility of strong winds, damaging hail and a few tornadoes. Uncredited File photo
A line of strong storms are expected to move into the Kansas City area Thursday evening bringing the possibility of strong winds, damaging hail and a few tornadoes. Uncredited File photo

Strong winds, large hail and tornadoes possible in the Kansas City area

October 06, 2016 7:37 AM

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