Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
430 PM CST Mon Jan 15 2018

Areas of light snow impacted the southern half of Kansas this
morning, as an upper level disturbance and associated Arctic cold
front moved south across Mid-America. Snow accumulations ranged
from one-half inch or less, to as much as 2 to 4 inches across
portions of southeast Kansas. Much colder air filtered south
today, with late afternoon temperatures mostly in the teens across
the state. Wind chill readings were much colder in the single
digits to below zero.

Bitter cold air will continue filtering south tonight, as strong
Arctic high pressure settles in. Forecast low temperatures are in
the single digits to below zero, although breezy northwest winds
will support much colder wind chill readings of 10 to 25 degrees
below zero. Consequently, various wind chill advisories and
warnings are in effect regionwide.

Sunny but cold weather will continue on Tuesday, with forecast
high temperatures only in the single digits and teens, although
warmer 20s will prevail further west across the High Plains.

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