Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
513 PM CDT Sat Apr 29 2017

Cloudy skies with showers and thunderstorms have dominated the
state. Moderate to heavy snow has occurred in Western Kansas as
well. Afternoon highs have been well below normal for this time
of year. Afternoon highs have been near 60s in Southeast Kansas
and in the mid to low 30s Western Kansas. Winds have been brisk
and out of the North through the day. Winds have ranged from 15 to
25 mph in Eastern Kansas and 25 to 35 mph in Western Kansas.
Western Kansas has also experienced a late return from old man
winter with snowfall amounts of 5 to 10 inches.

Tonight, cloudy skies will continue to reign with showers and
thunderstorms likely in Central and Eastern Kansas with snow
likely in Western Kansas. Overnight lows will remain rather cold
for this time of year. Overnight lows are expected to range from
near 50 in Southeast Kansas to the upper 20s in Western Kansas.
Rain and thunderstorms will continue through the night with an
additional 1 to 2 inches of rain likely in some areas. Western
Kansas will continue to see snow through the evening and
overnight. An additional 7 to 10 inches of snow are possible in
some areas of Western Kansas overnight tonight. Winds will remain
out of the North at 20 to 25 mph in Eastern Kansas but will be as
high as 25 to 40 mph in Western Kansas.

Sunday, cloudy skies and continued cold will dominate the state.
Afternoon highs are expected to range from the low 50s in
Southeast Kansas to the mid 30s in Western Kansas. Showers and
thunderstorms will continue to be likely across much of
Central and Eastern Kansas. Western Kansas will continue to see
some snow with additional accumulations likely. Winds will remain
brisk and out of the North ranging from 5 to 15 mph in Eastern and
Southeast Kansas. Western Kansas will have much higher winds
ranging from 20 to 30 mph.

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