Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN KANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
500 AM CDT FRI OCT 24 2014

AREAS OF LIGHT FOG ENVELOPED EASTERN KANSAS DURING THE NIGHT...BUT THE
ONLY SIGNIFICANT VISIBILITY RESTRICTIONS WERE IN THE FLINT HILLS WHERE
LOCALLY DENSE FOG OCCURRED IN GREENWOOD COUNTY. SOUTHERLY WINDS UP TO 10
MPH TEAMED WITH INCREASING CIRRIFORM CLOUDINESS TO KEEP TEMPERATURES IN
THE MID AND UPPER 50S IN MOST AREAS.

THE LIGHT FOG SHOULD DISSIPATE AROUND 9 AM AS WINDS BECOME SOUTHWEST AND
INCREASE TO 10 TO 15 MPH. IT`LL BE MUCH WARMER WITH THE MERCURY SOARING
LIKE AN F-15 EAGLE. HIGHS IN THE 80S ARE FORECAST FOR MOST AREAS WITH
THE WESTERN PLAINS IN THE WARMER END OF THE SPECTRUM. HIGHS IN THE MID
AND UPPER 70S ARE TICKETED FOR MISSOURI.

WITH WINDS BECOMING LIGHT AND VARIABLE LOWS TONIGHT SHOULD BE IN THE 50S
WITH THE WARMER LOWS ACROSS SOUTHERN KANSAS AND OKLAHOMA. AREAS OF FOG
ARE LIKELY IN NORTHEAST KANSAS AND NORTHERN MISSOURI LATER TONIGHT.

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