Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
450 PM CST Wed Dec 13 2017

Mostly clear skies were found across the plains states today, as a
ridge of high pressure moves down the front side of the Rockies.
Northerly winds were across most of the region, with afternoon
temperatures ranging from the upper 40s in Nebraska to the lower 60s
in Oklahoma and southern Kansas.

The mostly clear skies will continue across the region tonight, as
the ridge of high pressure slides south down the front range of the
Rockies. Low temperatures tonight will remain above normal, with
lows tonight, ranging from middle 20s in Nebraska to the lower 30s
in Oklahoma and southern Kansas.

Increasing clouds and a slight chance of sprinkles or flurries will
move south over the region on Thursday, as an impulse in the
northerly flow, moves across the area. Highs on Thursday will range
from the upper 30s in northwest Missouri to the upper 40s in
Oklahoma and southwest Kansas.


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