Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
453 AM CDT Sun Oct 15 2017

Thunderstorms exited the state during the night. Skies had cleared
over all but extreme eastern Kansas. Winds were northwest at 10 to
20 mph at most locations. Predawn temperatures ranged from the
lower 40s near the Nebraska border, to the lower 50s in extreme
southeast Kansas.

The front which moved through the state on Saturday will exit
Arkansas by sunset. Showers and storms will move across and exit
Missouri, southeast Iowa, eastern Oklahoma and Arkansas today.
High pressure will spread into the central Plains today and

Forecast highs range from the lower 60s in eastern Iowa, to the
mid 70s in western Nebraska. Forecast lows are in the 40s over
Oklahoma, Arkansas and southeast Kansas, and in the 30s over the
rest of the central Plains.


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