Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
453 AM CST Tue Nov 21 2017

A southeast moving cold front had made it half way across the
state by early morning. North of the front, winds were north at 5
to 10 mph, with temperatures in the 40s. South of the front,
winds were south at 5 to 10 mph, with temperatures in the upper
30s and 40s.

The front will continue to move rapidly southeast today, exiting
Arkansas this evening. No rain is expected with the front. A
large area of high pressure will overspread the Central Plains in
the wake of the front, bringing clear skies and light winds
tonight. The result is a chilly night ahead for most locations.

Forecast highs range from the lower 30s in northern Iowa and
northern Nebraska, to the mid 60s in eastern Oklahoma and southern
Arkansas. Forecast lows range from the teens over Iowa, eastern
Nebraska and far northeast Kansas, to near 40 in southern


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