Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
450 PM CDT Thu Jul 27 2017

A few showers and storms affected parts of southeast Kansas this
afternoon with the majority of central and eastern Kansas
remaining dry. Even though temperatures were several degrees
cooler than the last few days, dewpoints in the 70s still made it
feel muggy. Late afternoon readings ranged from the low 80s over
north central Kansas, to around 90 over southern and southeast
portions of the state.

Scattered storms will be possible this evening from southern
Missouri into far southern Kansas and across much of Oklahoma.
This activity will develop along a slow moving cold front.
Additional showers and storms will be possible Friday along a
stalled front from central Oklahoma into southwest Kansas. Below
normal highs are anticipated Friday for much of the region.

Overnight lows are expected to range from the low 60s over much of
Nebraska to the mid 70s over central and southern Oklahoma. Look
for highs on Friday to range from the low 90s over western
Nebraska, to the 80s over Iowa and Missouri.


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