Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
459 PM CST Mon Dec 4 2017

A strong cold front surged southeast across Kansas this afternoon.
Around 2 PM, temperatures in Southeast Kansas were in the mid 70s
while in Central Kansas, Russell had plunged into the mid 50s. At
4 PM, Southeast Kansas had fallen into the lower 60s while in
Central Kansas, Russell and Great Bend had dropped into the upper
40s. After frontal passage, winds shifted to the northwest and
increased 25 to 35 mph with 40 to 45 mph gusts.

The cold front will surge across the Lower Mississippi Valley late
tonight. A line of thunderstorms will occur along the front as it
surges across Missouri and Eastern Oklahoma. Northwest winds would
greatly diminish this evening. by mid-night speeds will range from
around 20 mph in Missouri to around 5 mph in the Western Plains.
Lows should range from around 30 in Missouri to around 15 in
Northwest Kansas.

For most areas it will be a sun-drenched Tuesday as high pressure
spreads southeast across the Red River. Clouds should clear
southeastern sections by noon. Highs around 50 are forecast in all
areas with northwest 20 to 30 mph winds.

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