Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
456 PM CDT MON MAY 30 2016

Mostly sunny skies were in place across central and eastern Kansas
this afternoon. A few showers and storms affected far southeast
Kansas this morning, but most of this activity had pushed into
Missouri by the afternoon hours. High temperatures today were
generally in the low and mid 80s. Southeast winds in the 15 to 20
mph range accompanied these seasonal temperatures.

A cold front is expected to surge south tonight through Tuesday
and will provide the main focus for showers and storms. Tonight,
scattered showers and storms will affect much of Missouri and
Arkansas as a weak upper disturbance slides east. Meanwhile, more
widespread storms are expected tonight from central Nebraska
through the western half of Kansas along the cold front. For
Tuesday, widespread showers and storms will be possible from most
of Iowa, eastern Nebraska along with the eastern half of Kansas.
Oklahoma and Missouri will also see plenty of storms Tuesday as
this front surges southeast.

Overnight lows are expected to range from the mid 40s over western
Nebraska, to the mid 60s over eastern Oklahoma. Look for highs on
Tuesday to range from the upper 60s over western Nebraska, to the
low 80s over most of Oklahoma.


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