Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN KANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
503 PM CST THU FEB 11 2016

WITH CONSIDERABLE HIGH CLOUDINESS AND LIGHT SOUTHERLY WINDS...HIGHS
IN MOST AREAS RANGED FROM THE LOWER 50S IN FAR SOUTH-CENTRAL KANSAS
WEST OF I-35 TO AROUND 40 IN NORTHEAST AND EAST-CENTRAL KANSAS THIS
AFTERNOON.

AN EXTREMELY INTENSE CYCLONE THAT LATE THIS AFTERNOON WAS CENTERED
OVER SOUTHERN HUDSON BAY WILL SPREAD MUCH COLDER AIR FROM THE
MANITOBA/ONTARIO BORDER ACROSS MINNESOTA AND THE EASTERN DAKOTAS
TONIGHT AND TOMORROW. THE UPPER MIDWEST WILL CATCH THE BRUNT OF THE
ARCTIC INVASION BUT A COLD FRONT WILL BE DRIVEN SOUTH ACROSS KANSAS
LATE TONIGHT AND TOMORROW MORNING.

THERE WON`T BE ANY PRECIPITATION...BUT MANY AREAS WILL BE COLDER.
TONIGHT`S LOWS WILL RANGE FROM AROUND 20 IN NORTHERN MISSOURI AND
EASTERN NEBRASKA TO THE LOWER 30S IN SOUTHWEST AND SOUTH-CENTRAL
KANSAS AS WELL AS MOST OF OKLAHOMA. TOMORROW...NORTHERN AND
NORTHEASTERN SECTIONS WILL STRUGGLE TO REACH THE UPPER 20S AND LOWER
30S. THE SOUTHERN PLAINS WILL HOWEVER REACH THE UPPER 40S AND LOWER
50S.

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