Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
506 AM CDT Sun Apr 30 2017

Widespread precipitation impacted the Kansas region overnight,
ranging from rain and thunderstorms over the eastern half of the
state, to heavy snow across western Kansas, as a powerful storm
system progressed across Mid-America. Storm-total rainfall across
far southeast Kansas reached 3 to 6 inches, which supported areas
of flooding. Meanwhile, heavy snow exceeding 6 inches accumulated
over far western Kansas, where winter storm and blizzard warnings
were in effect. Predawn temperatures ranged from 30s over central
and western Kansas, to low 60s over extreme southeast portions of
the state.

Rain and storms will gradually exit the eastern half of Kansas to
the northeast this morning, with scattered rain showers remaining
possible through the afternoon. Meanwhile, heavy snow will
continue across western Kansas and southern to central Nebraska,
where storm-total accumulations of 10 to 18 inches are likely
through this evening. Forecast high temperatures range from the
30s to the 50s.

Precipitation will continue to exit off to the northeast tonight,
with skies gradually clearing from the southwest. Forecast low
temperatures range from the 20s to the 40s.

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