Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
441 AM CST Tue Nov 14 2017

Areas of fog and drizzle impacted the Kansas region overnight, as
low-level moisture increased from the south. The fog was locally
dense, mainly across western Kansas. Predawn temperatures ranged
from the 30s over far western Kansas, to 50s over the eastern half
of the state.

Clouds, drizzle and fog will continue to impact much of the
region today, with mostly light precipitation amounts expected. In
contrast, partly to mostly sunny skies will prevail across the
Oklahoma and Texas Panhandles, far western Kansas and western
Nebraska. Forecast high temperatures are in the 50s and 60s,
although readings may reach 80 degrees across the Texas Panhandle.

A cold front will slice southeast across the region tonight,
supporting continued widespread precipitation across Missouri and
eastern Kansas. The precipitation will start out as drizzle,
although clusters of showers and thunderstorms are possible by
late evening. Severe weather is not expected. Clouds and
precipitation will clear behind the front, with forecast low
temperatures ranging from 20s over western Nebraska, to 50s over
southeast Kansas.

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