Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN KANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1152 AM CDT TUE APR 15 2014

AFTER A COLD START TO THE MORNING...TEMPERATURES WARMED INTO THE
40S TO LOWER 50S BY LATE MORNING. SOUTHERLY WINDS INCREASED ACROSS
CENTRAL AND NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS INTO THE 10 TO 15 MPH RANGE WHILE
WINDS REMAINED LIGHT AND VARIABLE ACROSS FAR EASTERN KANSAS.

LOW PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO DEEPEN ACROSS THE WESTERN HIGH
PLAINS TODAY AS THE COLD HIGH PRESSURE MOVES OFF TO THE SOUTHEAST.
SOUTHERLY WINDS WILL INCREASE THROUGH THE AFTERNOON HOURS ACROSS
CENTRAL AND NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS,,,WHILE SOUTH WINDS DEVELOP
ACROSS THE FAR EAST. HIGH TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON WILL WARM
BACK INTO THE 50S AND 60S.

TONIGHT AN UPPER LEVEL WEATHER SYSTEM WILL MOVE ACROSS THE ROCKIES
AND INTO THE CENTRAL PLAINS BY WEDNESDAY MORNING. THIS FEATURE
WILL BRING ANOTHER FRONTAL BOUNDARY INTO THE PLAINS AND BY EARLY
WEDNESDAY MORNING IT SHOULD EXTEND FROM NORTH CENTRAL NEBRASKA
INTO NORTHWEST KANSAS. DRY AIR IN PLACE WILL KEEP ANY
PRECIPITATION AT BAY TONIGHT. LOWS TONIGHT WILL COOL BACK INTO THE
30S AND 40S.

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