Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
426 AM CDT Tue Sep 26 2017

Scattered to numerous showers continued across eastern Kansas
overnight, however heavy rainfall amounts were not observed.
Otherwise, skies were overcast with a notable temperature contrast
across the state. Early morning temperatures ranged from the
middle 40s in the northwest, to the middle 60s in the southeast.

A cold front extending from northwest Missouri to southeastern
Kansas to central Oklahoma, will move southeastward out of the
Kansas region by late this afternoon. Showers and a few
thunderstorms will continue today, along and behind the front,
from Oklahoma and southeastern Kansas, into Missouri and Iowa.
Locally heavy rainfall will be confined to mainly central and
southwestern Oklahoma. Clearing skies are expected by this
afternoon in Nebraska and northwest Kansas. All areas will be
cooler today, including highs in the 60s for much of the
Heartland, with warmer readings in the mid to upper 70s closer to
the departing front in eastern Oklahoma, far southeast Kansas and
southern Missouri.

Lingering rain chances are expected tonight from much of Oklahoma
into southeast Kansas and southern Missouri. Clearing will
continue in Nebraska, Iowa, and northern Kansas. Low temperatures
will contrast from the 40s in Nebraska and northwestern Kansas, to
the lower 60s in eastern Oklahoma and southern Missouri.

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