Severe storm warning for DeKalb County until 5:15 pm

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The National Weather Service will conduct damage assessments in southern and southeast Kansas after strong thunderstorms brought tornadoes, large hail and heavy rain to the area Monday night.

The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for much of the area through 9 p.m. Monday, May 14.

A slight chance of isolated thunderstorms is possible this morning before a lull in activity over the region, according to the National Weather Service.

"Scattered storms will develop this afternoon with heavy rain, small hail, and gusty winds possible".

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Most of Upstate south of I-90 could see thunderstorms with damaging winds. Jensenius said the storm took down trees along a 36-mile path beginning in Charlestown and running through Langdon, Acworth, Lempster, Bradford, and Warner, ending somewhere near Route 127 Webster.

Thunderstorm chances will decrease after sunset, with dry conditions expected through Wednesday. Lows are forecast in the mid to upper 60's along with a ton of humidity. Further north, elevated convection has developed north of a boundary in the Chicagoland area, while other storms were attempting to develop near the surface boundary across east-central IL.

A large complex of showers and thunderstorms originating over MI will move southeast across the area through early this afternoon.

While the forecast is long term, the weather service is calling for a return to the 80s by Friday. Flash flooding also was possible. That was more than a 20-degree drop in temperature from Thursday's high of 85 degrees.

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