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Wicked winds

Most Kansas farmers and ranchers have seen about everything. Still the sight of the white combine headed for a wheat crop or soil leaving the home is enough to make their blood run cold.
That’s just what April and May have ushered into the Sunflower State – day after day of winds 20, 30 and 40 miles per hour with gusts more than 60 miles per hour.
These winds never quit. They’re relentless.
Traditionally, Kansas winds slow when the sun goes down. Not the last couple months. All across the state winds continue to howl long into the night ...

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