A flood warning is in effect until 11 p.m. for parts of Sedgwick, Butler and Harvey counties after storms dropped up to 3 inches of rain in parts of southern Kansas on Wednesday.
Minor flooding is possible in northeastern Sedgwick, southeastern Harvey and northwestern Butler counties as a result of the storms, which dropped large hail on Newton more than once Wednesday.
A tornado warning was issued for northeastern Butler and northwest Greenwood counties, but no twister developed.
More than 20 counties in southern and southeastern Kansas were in a severe thunderstorm watch until 8 p.m. The watch included the Wichita metropolitan area.
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But little rain fell in Wichita, according to the National Weather Service: Just 0.13 of an inch fell at the recording station next to Eisenhower National Airport, while 0.11 inch fell at Jabara Airport in the northeast corner of the city.
Grenola, meanwhile, received 2.8 inches of rain, while Sedan reported 2.16 inches.
Newton had the highest total in the metro area, logging 0.95 of an inch.