Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
445 AM CDT Mon Apr 24 2017

Partly cloudy skies were found across most of the plains states
overnight, as a ridge of high pressure slides over the Ozarks with
southerly winds across the area. Early morning temperatures ranged
from the lower 50s in southwest Missouri to the lower 60s in western
Kansas and Nebraska.

A surface trough in western Kansas will move northeast today into
Nebraska.  As this trough moves north, a few showers and embedded
thunderstorms may develop across Nebraska. The rest of the region
will see partly cloudy skies and windy conditions. High temperatures
today will range from the lower middle 70s in southwest Missouri to
the lower 80s in southwest Kansas.

The partly cloudy skies will continue for a good portion of the
plains tonight, as a cold front pushes into Nebraska. Showers and
thunderstorms may develop along this front across portions of
Nebraska late tonight. Low temperatures tonight will range from the
middle 40s in Nebraska to the upper 50s in Oklahoma.


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