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An extremely unstable airmass was in place across southern Kansas on May 31st as storms erupted along a stationary front from western Oklahoma into southern Kansas. Storms quickly became severe producing very large hail along with a couple brief tornadoes. In addition, they also produced very heavy rain that caused flash flooding along with river flooding.
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