Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
503 AM CST Sun Jan 14 2018

Areas of light snow spread southeast from Northern and Eastern
Kansas during the night. The light snow had reached Hutchinson
around 430 AM. Around 1 inch may have accumulated in Northeast
Kansas. Cloudy skies and southerly winds as high as 15 mph helped
to keep temperatures in the 20s in most areas. The exceptions were
in North and Northeast Kansas where lows settled into the teens.

The light snow that has occurred during the night should continue
to move southeast this morning, and should vacate Missouri around
midday. Partial clearing and winds that`ll slowly shift toward the
west and northwest from 5 to 15 mph should enable highs to rebound
into the 40 to 50 degree range across the southwest half of Kansas
and Oklahoma this afternoon. Despite mostly cloudy skies, the rest
of the neighborhood should reach the 30s with the colder readings
in Northeast Kansas and Northern Missouri.

Snow will return and increase considerably tonight as another
Arctic front drops almost due south into Kansas. Accumulations to
around 1 inch are likely, primarily across Northern & Central
Kansas. A wide range of lows is forecast. While Central and
Eastern Nebraska will plunge to near zero, Oklahoma should only
drop to around 30.

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