Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
458 PM CST Sun Feb 26 2017

Scattered light rain scooted across parts of central and southeast
Kansas early this morning. Also a band of light snow fell in areas
of central Kansas into eastern Kansas. Some areas received trace
amounts up to half inch and 1 inch accumulations. Most of Kansas
enjoyed sunny conditions today while mostly cloudy skies hampered
southeast Kansas. Clouds continue to move east out of southeast
Kansas late this afternoon. Temperatures warmed into the lower 50s
for most areas, however extreme northwest and southeast Kansas saw
temperatures only in the lower 40s.

Most of the region will remain dry tonight as the surface high
pressure has moved off to the east, however chances of rain will
linger over southeast Oklahoma. Overnight lows will range from cold
readings in the teens in Nebraska and Kansas panhandles to mid 30s
in southeast Kansas and around 40s in central Oklahoma. Skies will
be mostly clear to partly cloudy across the area with more cloud
cover in Oklahoma.

On Monday a weak short wave will move through the region allowing a
slight chance of light rain across south central and southeast
Kansas as well as eastern Oklahoma. Skies will be partly to mostly
cloudy. High temperatures will be in the mid 50s to near 60. Winds
will be southerly at speeds of 10 mph and some gusts near 20 mph
over central Kansas.

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