Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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AWUS83 KICT 221021

Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
421 AM CST Sun Jan 22 2017

A low pressure system located to the South of the region has provided
the needed moisture and lift to produce some showers and a few
isolated thunderstorms during the overnight period. Due to the
cloud cover with the system, temperatures remained well above
normal ranging from mid 40s in Southeast Kansas to near 30 in
Northwest Kansas. Winds were generally out of the East and
Northeast across the region at 10 to 15 mph.

Today, the low pressure system to the South will slowly move off
to the East. As this system moves to the East, the rain will come
to an end and the skies will clear. Winds will remain brisk and
out of the Northwest. Winds will range from 17 to 25 mph with
wind gusts as high at 30 mph in localized areas. Temperatures will
be a little cooler than yesterday with afternoon highs ranging
from the upper 40s in Northeast Kansas to the mid and upper 50s
in Southwest Kansas.

Sunday night, the winds will die down as a high pressure system
builds into the region. This will keep the skies clear and will
also allow overnight low temperatures to be much closer to normal
levels. Overnight lows will range from the low 20s in Northwest
Kansas to the upper 20s in South and Southeast Kansas. Winds will
remain out of the North but will be lighter. Winds will range from
7 to 12 mph.

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