A thunderstorm near Wellington shows a lowering as it moves towards Wichita on Tuesday evening. The storms eventually produced large hail and torrential rain when it later moved into Wichita.
A thunderstorm near Wellington shows a lowering as it moves towards Wichita on Tuesday evening. The storms eventually produced large hail and torrential rain when it later moved into Wichita. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
A thunderstorm near Wellington shows a lowering as it moves towards Wichita on Tuesday evening. The storms eventually produced large hail and torrential rain when it later moved into Wichita. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

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