Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KICT 161027

Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
429 AM CST Mon Jan 16 2017

A mixed bag of precipitation moved across the plains states
overnight, as a strong storms system moved across the panhandle of
the Oklahoma into the plains. Widespread rain showers moved across
the eastern half of Kansas, while a wintry mix of freezing rain and
sleet, moved across western Kansas. Early morning temperatures
ranged from the upper 20s in southern Nebraska and northwest Kansas
to the lower 50s in Oklahoma.

The storm system in the southern plains will move rapidly to the
northeast today into the Missouri valley, with rain showers moving
north into Nebraska and Missouri. A mix of wintry precipitation will
move across northern Kansas. The rest of the region will see warmer
temperatures and mostly cloudy skies. High temperatures will range
from the lower 30s in northwest Kansas to the middle 50s in eastern

The storm system will continue to move rapidly to the northeast,
into the Great Lakes region by tonight. This will lead to most
locations in the plains becoming partly cloudy. Low temperatures
tonight will range from the upper teens in northwest Kansas to the
middle 30s in southwest Missouri.


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