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WEBVTT UNTILDECEMBER 1, SO WE COULD HAVETROPICAL WEATHER TO TRACK.NOTHING ON OUR MAPS, THAT ISGOOD NEWS.AS WE LOOK HERE, MOSTLY CLEARSKIES, A LOT OF SUNSHINE.I CAN STILL SEE RUSH-HOURTRAFFIC.47.EAST AND SOUTHEAST WIN AT 10.AS I PROMISE YOU ON THE EARLIERNEWSCA I -- THE FEELS LIKETEMPERATURE WILL COME INTO PLAYAS W DIP BELOW 50, BUT WE WILLNOT STAY THERE LONG.FIRST ALERT COUDS AND RADARSHOW YOU WHAT IS LEFT OF THECLOUD DECK MOVING TO THE EASTAND NOR EAST CLOSER TO MYTHEN, HEADING...
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@KMBC#FirstAlert I haven't seen any burn bans officially issued, BUT with winds over 30 mph and dry conditions overhead, do not get rid of yard waste with fire. There were some wild fires yesterday. https://t.co/Mf14PpofsJ
@KMBC#FirstAlert Winds will be gusting to 25 mph, and from the opposite, cooler weather direction. Wind chills as the sun returns in the afternoon, making it feel like the mid 30s https://t.co/P2RT4nHuaq
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