TOPEKA, Kan. — Strong winds in Topeka have reportedly knocked down trees and power lines, and people should be aware of the danger if they are driving.
According to WIBW in Topeka, Shawnee County Dispatch confirmed to them that there were eight different ‘road hazards’ due to the strong winds.
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The storm producing the high winds is headed eastward and could bring the same to the Kansas City area prior to or around noon. We could see strong 60 mph winds on the back edge of the precipitation. The rain may end, but the strong winds will continue.
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