Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KICT 111026

Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
426 AM CST Sun Feb 11 2018

Light snow and some spotty freezing drizzle have occurred during
much of the overnight hours. Most of the snow occurred in central
and eastern Kansas this morning while the patchy freezing drizzle
has been restricted to south central and southeast Kansas.
Overnight lows have been rather cold ranging from the upper teens
in southeast kansas to near zero in northern Kansas. Winds have
been brisk ranging from 10 to 20 mph with some higher gusts. This
wind has driven the wind chills down which have been near zero in
southern Kansas to near 10 below zero in northern Kansas.

Today, the skies will be clearing as the snow and freezing
precipitation comes to an end.  Temperatures will be warmer
than yesterday with afternoon highs ranging from near 40 in southwest
Kansas to the mid 20s in northeast Kansas. Winds will be out of
the northwest ranging from 7 to 12 mph state wide.

Tonight will be clear and cold. Overnight lows are expected to
range from the mid teens in southeast Kansas to near 10 in
northern Kansas. Winds will be light and variable with many areas
experiencing calm winds for much of the night.

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