TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) -- Showers and storms came to an end Thursday morning. The severe weather threat and soaking rains have moved out of the area and skies will clear out Thursday afternoon as temperatures remain below average, only topping out in the mid to upper 70s.
Concordia picked up more than 2 inches of rain with 60mph winds recorded at their airport.
Winds of 60mph were reported near Abiline and Salina and hail the size of marbles in Manhattan were reported around Midnight.
2.02" of rain in Enterprise, Dickinson County.
1.3" of rain in Lyndon, Osage County.
0.7" of rain for Emporia
1.1" of rain in Dover (Western Shawnee County)
1.1" of rain in Washington County
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