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Regional Weather Summary...Corrected
National Weather Service Wichita KS
615 PM CDT Mon Aug 14 2017

Southerly 10 to 15 mph winds transporting increasing moisture into
the neighborhood made for a humid afternoon. Highs ranged from the
mid 80s in Eastern Kansas to the mid 90s in Salina and Russell.

With a moisture-rich air mass in place isolated thunderstorms will
percolate across the Great Plains tonight. Although most
thunderstorms should behave, they will be slow-moving, which would
translate into a few areas receiving heavy rains. Most lows should
range from 65 to 70.

Thunderstorms will gradually increase Tuesday afternoon, especially
over Western Nebraska and Northwest Kansas where a southeast-moving
cold front will arrive late in the afternoon. These thunderstorms
may be severe with hail around ping pong ball-sized and 60 to 70 mph
winds. It`ll remain humid in most areas as highs reach around 90.

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