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This final wave of rain might be the most intense.

It's called “thunderstorm asthma” and, yes, it's a real thing. Southern Australia is particularly vulnerable to the strange phenomenon.

This photograph is perhaps more associated with spring or summer, but it was taken just a couple days before the calendar would flip to fall.

  • Kathryn Prociv
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  • Sep 23
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This photo was taken from the cockpit at the precise moment of a lightning flash.

Storms brought very heavy rain and lightning, plus at least isolated wind damage.

A few tourists caught on the Mall during a sudden thunderstorm Sunday huddled under trees.

  • Kevin Ambrose
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  • Aug 22
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More than 30,000 customers in the region lost power.

Strong and severe storms rolled across the area late this evening.

Storms should be less widespread than Monday.

This photo, worthy of a double-take, was taken by a drone over downtown Wichita.

  • Kathryn Prociv
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  • Aug 5
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