Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
301 PM CST Sun Feb 18 2018

Strong south winds were in place across all of central and eastern
Kansas today as they reached speeds in the 45 to 55 mph range.
Late afternoon temperatures were well above normal as they ranged
from the upper 60s over north central Kansas, to the upper 50s
over far eastern portions of the sunflower state.

Showers and isolated storms are expected to develop tonight from
eastern Oklahoma through southern Missouri, as strong south winds
continue to transport higher moisture into the region. Further
north, a strong cold front is expected to push south across
Nebraska tonight and may provide some light snow to parts of
northern Nebraska. Much of the same is expected on Monday, with
showers and storms continuing from eastern Oklahoma through the
Ozark region, with a strong cold front continuing to surge south.
This will provided a wide range in temperatures across the region
on Monday.

Look for overnight lows to range from the single digits over
northwest Nebraska, to the upper 50s over eastern Oklahoma. Highs
on Monday are forecast to range from the teens over northern
Nebraska, to the low 70s over most of Oklahoma.


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