Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
452 PM CST Sat Feb 25 2017

A pleasant day prevailed across the eastern half of Kansas.
Underneath clear skies temperatures warmed into the middle and upper
40s. However, winds in a 10 to 20 mph range for most areas produced
wind chills in the middle and upper 30s.  Fortunately, the abundance
of sunshine kept it quite tolerable outdoors.

With high pressure slowly progressing east out of Kansas tonight, we
will experience one more night of light and variable winds across
Kansas and the rest of the central plains. The cool air will remain
entrenched across the region with Kansas experiencing a wide range
of temperatures from the lower teens in the northwest corner to near
30 in the far southeast.  Most areas of Kansas will fall into a 25
to 30 degree range.  If you are traveling north into Nebraska, the
far northern sections will cool into the single digits while the
southeast section falls into the lower 20 degree range.  Missouri
and Oklahoma will vary from the middle 20s to the lower 30s.  Clouds
will also be on the increase tonight.

On Sunday, the region will experience decreasing clouds through the
day and a nice rebound in temperatures.  Highs will climb into the
lower and middle 50s across much of Oklahoma and the southern
sections of Missouri and Kansas.  Temperatures in the 30s and 40s
will be noted further north, primarily to the north of interstate
70.  The winds will begin a transition to a more southerly direction
with speeds generally less than 10 mph.

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