Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
509 PM CST Mon Nov 13 2017

Skies remained cloudy over eastern Kansas, while winds were
southeast at 5 to 10 mph. Late afternoon temperatures ranged from
the mid 40s near the Nebraska border, to the upper 50s in
southeast Kansas.

South winds will continue to push moisture north tonight. On
Tuesday, a cold front will sweep across most of Nebraska and
northwest Kansas. Drizzle and fog are expected from Iowa to
Oklahoma tonight, with dense fog advisories posted for western
sections of Kansas and Nebraska. The drizzle will linger over
Iowa, eastern Kansas, northwestern Oklahoma, northwest Arkansas
and Missouri on Tuesday.

Forecast lows range from near 30 in western Nebraska, to the mid
50s in south central Oklahoma. Forecast highs on Tuesday range
from the mid 40s in parts of Iowa, to near 70 in far western


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