Potent thunderstorms will continue to threaten flash flooding and locally damaging winds from Tennessee to northern portions of Alabama and Georgia early Thursday.
Power outages remained across portions of Kentucky and Tennessee, following strong winds associated with the storms Wednesday night into Thursday morning. More than 6.8 inches of rain fell in two hours early Thursday morning at Centerville, Tennessee, as a flash flood warning was posted for the area.
Meanwhile, a dangerous thunderstorm cluster is pushing across the central Plains early Thursday and will bring the threat for large hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes to much of Kansas. The storms will progress eastward across parts of Missouri and Arkansas on Thursday.
Updates: (All Times Listed in Central Time)
8:40 a.m. CDT Thursday: More than 5,300 Westar customers are currently without power in Kansas.
8:00 a.m. CDT Thursday: Street flooding around Wichita, Kansas:
More at AccuWeather: LIVE: Storms Slam Tennessee; Dangerous Storm Complex Hits Kansas