Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KICT 270957

Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
457 AM CDT SAT AUG 27 2016

During the night, a line of thunderstorms was moving east around 30
mph across Northeast Kansas while areas of showers and
thunderstorms were lagging behind across Central Kansas. Winds from
30 to 40 mph occurred along this line of thunderstorms with brief
heavy rains. Most temperatures were in the 60s with variable winds
under 10 mph.

The thunderstorms moving east across Central and Northeast Kansas
should have moved into Missouri by mid-morning as a weak mid-level
perturbation crosses the Kansas/Missouri state line. Clearing skies
and winds becoming southerly to around 10 mph should boost highs
into the 80s areawide.

Scattered thunderstorms are possible once again tonight as a moist
and somewhat unstable airmass remains in place. Lows from 65 to 70
are forecast under mostly cloudy skies with south to southeast 5 to
15 mph winds.


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