Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
505 PM CST Mon Feb 27 2017

A mostly cloudy and mild day dominated the state of Kansas today.
Temperatures were above normal across the state ranging from the
upper 60s in Southwest Kansas to to the low 60s elsewhere. Winds
were relatively brisk and out of the South. Winds ranged from the
15 to 22 mph across the state.

Tonight will see partly to mostly cloudy skies across much of
state with only the Northwest parts of Kansas seeing mostly clear
skies. Temperatures will be rather cold in the Western parts of
the state ranging from the mid 20s to mid 30s. The Eastern half of
the state will have much warmer overnight lows ranging for the
upper 40s in central and South Central Kansas to the mid and upper
50s in Southeast Kansas. Winds will be rather light and out of
the South ranging from 7 to 12 mph.

Tuesday, the clouds will be coming back into the region as the
next weather systems approaches. Temperatures will be rather warm
ahead of the front and well above normal. High temperatures will
range from the upper 60s to low 70s across much of South and South
Central Kansas tomorrow. Most of Western and Central Kansas will
be behind the front and temperatures will be much closer to normal
and range near the low 40s in Northwest Kansas to the mid 50s in
Central Kansas. Some light rain will also be possible along the
front in Central Kansas. Further to the East there will be enough
instability for some scattered showers and thunderstorms in far
Southeast Kansas late Tuesday afternoon and evening.

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