Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
441 PM CDT Tue Apr 18 2017

Mostly sunny skies have dominated the state of Kansas today.
Afternoon highs have been near or just above normal for the most
part. Highs have ranged from near 70 to the mid 70s across the
State today. Winds have been brisk and out of the South. Central
and Eastern Kansas have seen the highest winds ranging from 20 to
30 mph with some wind gusts as high as 35 mph. The Western half
of the State the winds have been lighter ranging from 10 to 20

Tonight will have brisk Southerly winds with clear skies in the
Western half of the state. Eastern Kansas will see increasing
clouds through the night. This will keep temperatures up some
tonight with overnight lows ranging from mid 50s in Western Kansas
to near 60 in the rest of the state. Winds will remain brisk in
the Western half of the State with winds ranging from 10 to 15
mph. The Eastern half of the State will have light winds ranging
from 5 to 10 mph.

Wednesday, mostly sunny skies are expected across much of the
state. Winds will remain brisk out of the South. This will allow
temperatures to be well above normal for this time of year with
afternoon highs expected to be near 80 across much of the state.
The Southwestern portions of the State will be much warmer with
high approaching 90 in some areas. Winds will remain out the South
and will range from 20 to 30 mph. By late afternoon, showers and
thunderstorms, some of them will be severe, will develop in
Southern Nebraska and move into North Central Kansas. This
activity will continue to move into Southern Kansas as the day

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