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Tornadic activity is now possible for Lyon Coubty according to the Storm Prediction Center.  

The SPC has issued a tornado watch for Lyon County until 1 am Sunday.  A watch also continues for Morris, Osage and Wabaunsee Counties until 1 am Sunday. 

The watch reflects an enhanced severe weather risk in place for portions of the KVOE listening area for most of the day Saturday.  

On top of the tornado risk storms could also bring tennis ball-sized hail and wind gusts topping 75 mph.  

Stay with KVOE, KVOE.com and KVOE social media for more updates as they become available. 

10:30 pm Saturday: Warnings issued north of Emporia

The severe thunderstorm risk for parts of the KVOE listening area continues with warnings north of Emporia.

Active warnings:

*Northeast Lyon, north Osage, south Wabaunsee counties: Severe thunderstorm warning until 11:30 pm

No severe weather has been confirmed as this alert has continued.

A tornado watch continues for Lyon, Morris, Osage and Wabaunsee counties until 1 am Sunday.

We’ll keep you updated on KVOE, KVOE.com and KVOE social media.

6:45 pm Saturday: Tornado Watch Issued for Areas North of Emporia 

The Storm Prediction Center has issued a tornado watch for parts of the KVOE listening area north of Emporia.

The watch involves Morris, Osage and Wabaunsee counties and extends until 1 am Sunday. It reflects the southern edge of an enhanced severe weather risk in place for most of Saturday, with a slight to marginal risk covering the rest of the KVOE listening area — including all of Lyon County — further south.

Storms have developed in west-central Kansas and are pushing to the east-northeast. They could also bring tennis ball-sized hail and wind gusts as high as 75 mph.

Stay with KVOE, KVOE.com and KVOE social media for updates. Be sure to download the free KVOE mobile app so you have our coverage with you wherever you may be.



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