Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
450 PM CST Sat Jan 13 2018

Mostly cloudy skies were found across the plains state today, as a
Canadian ridge of the high pressure moved across the Missouri
valley. Some light snow or flurries were moving across Nebraska as a
weak impulse moves southeast. Afternoon temperatures ranged from the
teens in Nebraska to the lower 30s in Oklahoma.

A chance of light snow or flurries will continue for portions of
northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas tonight as an upper level
disturbance dives southeast. Light snow accumulations are possible
across northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas. The rest of the
region will see partly cloudy skies and cold conditions. Low
temperatures tonight will range from teens in northwest Missouri and
Nebraska to the lower 20s in Oklahoma.

The chance of light snow or flurries will continue early on Sunday,
as the impulse continues to slide southeast into southwest Missouri.
The rest of the region will see a small warming trend. Highs on
Sunday will range from the upper 20s in northwest Missouri to the
lower 50s in southwest Kansas.


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