Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
500 AM CDT Thu Aug 10 2017

Showers and storms exited the state during the night. Areas of
dense fog developed across northwest and north central Kansas
during the early morning hours. Winds were light and variable.
Predawn temperatures were mostly in the 60s, with temperatures
near 70 along the Missouri border.

Dense fog advisories have been posted for parts of north central
and northwest Kansas, and south central Nebraska this morning.
Thunderstorms are forecast later today and tonight over much of
the Central Plains, roughly along and south of I-80. The bulk of
the rain is expected late this afternoon and tonight.

Forecast highs range from the upper 70s over the northern
sections of Nebraska and Iowa, to the lower 90s in southwest
Oklahoma. Forecast lows range from the lower 50s in western
Nebraska, to the lower 70s in Arkansas and the southeast half of


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