Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
318 PM CDT FRI MAY 6 2016

SOUTHERLY WINDS AND MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES ALLOWED FOR WARMER THAN
AVERAGE TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE KANSAS REGION FRIDAY AFTERNOON.
LATE AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY IN THE MIDDLE 70S TO
MIDDLE 80S.

A COLD FRONT WILL SETTLE SOUTHWARD INTO NEBRASKA AND IOWA TONIGHT
WHERE IT WILL STALL ON SATURDAY. A DRYLINE IS EXPECTED TO DEVELOP
FROM FAR WESTERN KANSAS INTO THE TEXAS PANHANDLE ON SATURDAY.

TONIGHT WILL BE CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY AND MILD ACROSS THE
HEARTLAND...WITH LOW TEMPERATURES FROM THE MIDDLE 50S TO AROUND 60
DEGREES. ON SATURDAY...THERE WILL BE CHANCES OF THUNDERSTORMS
ALONG THE FRONT IN NEBRASKA AND IOWA. IN ADDITION...ISOLATED
THUNDERSTORMS MAY DEVELOP IN THE LATE AFTERNOON NEAR THE DRYLINE
IN WESTERN KANSAS...DOWN INTO THE OKLAHOMA AND TEXAS PANHANDLES. A
FEW OF THOSE STORMS MAY BE SEVERE. HIGHS SATURDAY AFTERNOON WILL
GENERALLY BE IN THE 70S NORTH OF THE FRONT IN NEBRASKA AND
IOWA...AND IN THE 80S SOUTH OF THE FRONT ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF
THE REGION.

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