Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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AWUS83 KICT 261015

Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
515 AM CDT FRI AUG 26 2016

Its been a rainy and stormy night in most areas. In fact only North
Central Kansas has been rain-free. Rainfalls have ranged greatly as
many areas have received 1 to 3 inches with localized 3 to 5 inches
in Southeast Kansas. Flood warnings are in effect for parts of
South-Central and Southeast Kansas until around 10 AM. Temperatures
have ranged from the mid 70s in Southeast Kansas, to around 60 in
North-Central Kansas with variable winds under 10 mph.

A stationary front that`s been camping out from the Texas Panhandle
to Southern Missouri will transition to a warm front this morning,
and lift due north, reaching near the Kansas/Nebraska state line
this afternoon. This would take most thunderstorms north as today
progresses. A few thunderstorms may be severe, primarily in Kansas.
Highs will range from around 90 in parts of Oklahoma to the mid 70s
in Nebraska.

For tonight, most thunderstorms would occur across Nebraska and
Northern Kansas where the front would reside with thunderstorms
more scattered for the rest of the region. A wide range of lows is
forecast. While the Northwestern Plains will plunge into the mid
50s, most of Oklahoma, Southern Kansas, and Missouri will only
settle to around 70.



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