Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
506 PM CDT Sat Aug 12 2017

Except for some light rain that visited far Southeast Kansas it`s
been a mostly cloudy and cool afternoon. Highs in most areas only
reached 75 to 80 although Salina did reach around 85. Winds were
east to southeast from 5 to 15 mph.

Scattered thunderstorms that may be severe with hail as large as
lemons and 60 to 70 mph will occur across Nebraska tonight while
widely scattered thunderstorms are possible across Kansas,
Oklahoma and Southwest Missouri. Lows should be in the lower 60s
with variable winds under 10 mph.

Areas of fog are likely in the western plains Sunday morning. A
few thunderstorms may redevelop over the western plains as well as
Northeast Oklahoma and Southwest Missouri. Highs should range from
80 to 85 as winds become southerly around 10 mph.

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