Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
455 PM CST Wed Dec 7 2016

A fast-moving weather disturbance spread areas of light snow and
flurries southeast across the region today. Most locations saw a
dusting or less of accumulation, although the snow accumulated
around one-half inch for a handful of locations. Under mostly
cloudy skies, late afternoon temperatures were in the 20s across
the eastern half of Kansas, with brisk north winds creating wind
chills in the teens. It was the coldest day across the region
since last February.

Areas of light snow and flurries will continue exiting the region
to the southeast this evening, with additional light accumulations
possible. Otherwise, the coldest air since last winter will
overspread the region from the north tonight. Forecast low
temperatures will drop below zero over northwest Kansas and
western Nebraska, with readings in the single digits and teens
elsewhere. Breezy northwest winds will support wind chills
dropping into the single digits to well below zero.

It will be sunny and chilly regionwide Thursday, as Arctic high
pressure settles south across Mid-America. Forecast high
temperatures are in the 20s and 30s, with wind chills in the
single digits and teens owing to breezy northwest winds.

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