Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN KANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1216 PM CDT WED APR 23 2014

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WERE OBSERVED ACROSS EASTERN KANSAS THIS
MORNING AS WARM MOIST AIR MOVED NORTH INTO KANSAS. ACCUMULATIONS
WERE GENERALLY LIGHT WITH GENERALLY LESS THAN A TENTH OF AN INCH
OF RAIN.  OVERNIGHT LOWS WERE IN THE 50`S.

THE HEARTLAND WILL SIT BETWEEN A STRENGTHENING LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM
OVER THE WESTERN HIGH PLAINS AND HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE GREAT
LAKES. THIS WILL CAUSE WINDS TO INCREASE THIS AFTERNOON WITH GUSTS
NEAR OR GREATER THAN 30 MPH. MEANWHILE...SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
WILL BE POSSIBLE FOR MUCH OF THE AFTERNOON FOR THE MID MISSOURI
RIVER VALLEY. STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE
ALONG A SWIFTLY MOVING COLD FRONT TONIGHT AS A STRONG UPPER LEVEL
WAVE MOVES RAPIDLY EAST TONIGHT. LOOK FOR AFTERNOON HIGHS TO RANGE
FROM THE 60`S IN IOWA TO THE 80`S IN KANSAS AND OKLAHOMA. LOWS
TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE 30`S AND 40`S OVER THE WESTERN HIGH
PLAINS TO THE 50`S AND 60`S FOR THE CENTRAL PLAINS.

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