Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
455 PM CST Sun Dec 10 2017

Mostly sunny skies and unseasonably warm temperatures were in
place across central and eastern Kansas today. Afternoon
temperatures ranged from the upper 50s over northeast Kansas, to
the upper 60s over most of central Kansas. Normal highs for this
time of year are in the middle 40s.

An upper level disturbance is expected to dive out of southern
Canada and across the northern and central Plains late tonight
through Monday. This feature will bring some cooler air to most of
the northern and central Plains but with a dry airmass in place,
will not produce any precipitation.

Look for overnight lows to range from the 20s over western
Nebraska, to the upper 30s over central Oklahoma. Highs on Monday
are forecast to range from the 40s over northern Nebraska and
Iowa, to the upper 60s over much of Oklahoma.


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