Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
500 PM CST Sun Nov 27 2016

A storm system brought some clouds and light rain showers to the
much of the region throughout the day.  Scattered thunderstorms were
noted across Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, and far northeastern Kansas.
The strongest storms were over Nebraska where a few tornadoes were
reported.  This afternoon, temperatures were mostly in the 40s
across Nebraska, Iowa, and Missouri while 50s and low 60s were
reported elsewhere.

On the weather map this evening, low pressure over southern Nebraska
will continue moving northeast.  A dryline will also continue moving
east through Kansas bringing warm westerly winds this evening.
Storms will continue in Nebraska and western Iowa.

Overnight, the storm system will continue moving out of the area as
the cold front moves through Monday.  This will bring clearing skies
Monday.  Lows tonight will be in the 50s across Missouri, eastern
Kansas, and portions of Iowa.  Temperatures will dip into the 30s
across the High Plains.  Monday`s highs will be mostly around
60 across the region.


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