Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
457 AM CDT Fri Apr 21 2017

During the night, rain and a few embedded thunderstorms continued
to spread across Southeast Kansas. Doppler estimates are that a
few areas from around Sedan to Chanute may have received between
0.50 and 1 inch since mid-night. With cloudy skies and easterly 10
to 15 mph winds, temperatures were in the 50s.

It`ll be a wet end to the work-week as a rather vigorous cyclone
moves east across the Southern Plains today and tonight. The most
intense thunderstorms would occur along the Central Red River, but
prolonged heavy rains would be the greatest threat for most areas
along, and east, of I-135 from Wichita to Oklahoma City where Flood
Watches remain in effect. On Saturday Morning, most of the rain and
embedded thunderstorms should be confined to Central and Southern
Missouri.

A sopping wet airmass will keep temperatures in the mid 50s today.
Lows tonight should range from the mid 30s in the Western Plains
to the mid 40s in Southern Missouri and Eastern Oklahoma as winds
become northerly from 5 to 15 mph.

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