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830 PM Update: Isolated thunderstorms are possible across far northeast and far east central Kansas this evening and into the early morning hours as a weak cold front pushes through the area. The greatest risk for severe thunderstorms will be east of a Hiawatha, to Lawrence, to Ottawa line.
The numbers on the map are the percentage of cloud cover forecasted by the NWS for August 21st around 1 PM. There may be some mid and low level cloud cover across northeast Kansas, western MO and southern Nebraska during the morning hours but this cloud cover may dissipate enough for at least partly cloudy skies during the late morning and early afternoon hours. Once again, this forecast will mostly likely change as we approach August 21st. Stay tuned to the latest NWS cloud cover forecasts.