Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN KANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
453 PM CDT TUE SEP 16 2014

SKIES CLEARED OVER MOST AREAS...THE EXCEPTION WAS NORTH-CENTRAL KANSAS
WHERE CLOUDS COVERED MOST OF THAT AREA. HIGHS RANGED FROM NEAR 80 IN
SOUTH-CENTRAL KANSAS TO AROUND 70 IN NORTH-CENTRAL KANSAS AS SOUTHERLY
5 TO 15 MPH WINDS PREVAILED.

A MID-LEVEL PERTURBATION MOVING EAST SOUTHEAST ALONG THE NEBRASKA AND
KANSAS BORDER WILL `SPARK` SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS OVER EASTERN KANSAS
AND MISSOURI LATE TONIGHT. THE STRONGEST THUNDERSTORMS MAY PRODUCE ONE
INCH DIAMETER HAIL. THE WESTERN HALF OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD SHOULD BE
MOSTLY CLEAR. LOWS IN THE 60S ARE FORECAST WITH THE WARMER TEMPERATURES
FOUND ACROSS OKLAHOMA AND SOUTHERN KANSAS WITH LIGHT SOUTH WINDS.

IT`LL BE MUCH WARMER TOMORROW AS A WARM FRONT DEVELOPS IN AN EAST WEST
MANNER RIGHT THROUGH THE HEART OF KANSAS. WESTERN KANSAS WILL SEE HIGHS
SOAR INTO THE LOWER 90S WHILE MISSOURI REBOUNDS INTO THE MID 80S.
SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS REMAIN POSSIBLE OVER EASTERN KANSAS AND MISSOURI
WHERE MOIST CONVERGENCE IS STRONGEST WITH ONE INCH DIAMETER HAIL AGAIN
POSSIBLE WITH THE STRONGEST ACTIVITY.

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