Approximately 30,000 people are without power in KCP&L, BPU and Westar areas.
No tornado warnings at all, says Gary.
We'll be on-air and online again at 11:51 p.m.
No need to go to the basement.
@Zachariah Saylor A little bit of flooding possible, but the most severe storms should be over.
@In Basement: At least one more TV spot in about 20 minutes. Everybody, if you don't have power and are on your phone, you can watch at KSHB.com/livevideo.
@InBasement!: Gary says that should be the most of it as far as hail goes.
@BlueSpringsMom: Like JD said a bit ago, it sounds much worse than it is.
@BlueSpringsMom: Glad to hear it. You can let them know everything should be OK and they can have sweet dreams tonight.
There's now approximately 46,000 customers w/o power across the area.
Just spoke w/ Gary and Jeff. The biggest threat of severe weather has passed. Flooding and heavy rain remain the major threats, but those have subsided.
Reports of high water are coming in around the metro. A flash flood warning and flood advisories are in effect.
@InBasement!: Thanks. I'll let the team know your thoughts.
Anderson and Franklin counties are now in a severe t-storm warning until 12:45 a.m.
Thank you for the kind words, GYA and In Basement! Have a great evening.