Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
453 PM CDT Sun Mar 19 2017

Sunday afternoon featured near record to record breaking warmth
across Kansas, with late afternoon temperatures in the middle 80s
to lower 90s. Skies were mostly sunny and winds southwesterly, gusting
to around 35 mph in the east.

A very mild night is in store for the Central Plains as southerly
winds persist. Low temperatures will contrast from the upper 30s
and lower 40s in western Nebraska and northwestern Kansas, to the
lower 60s in central and southern Missouri, southeast Kansas, and
eastern Oklahoma. Patchy fog could develop early Monday morning
in south-central and southeastern Kansas.

A weak frontal boundary will slide southward through the Heartland
on Monday, stalling from southern Missouri to northwestern
Oklahoma by Monday evening. Under mostly sunny skies, highs
Monday will vary from the upper 60s and middle 70s in Nebraska,
Iowa and northeastern Kansas, to the lower 90s in eastern

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