Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
500 AM CDT Tue Mar 21 2017

Northeast winds from 10 to 20 mph made for a cooler night for most
areas. At 4AM CDT, North and Northeast Kansas had settled into the
mid 40s while Central and East-Central Kansas had settled into the
lower 50s. The cooler air hadn`t reached extreme Southern Kansas
where readings were still in the lower 60s.

It won`t be nearly as warm today as strong high pressure, centered
over the Saskatchewan Manitoba border, drifts southeast toward the
Southeast Manitoba Southwest Ontario border. East to northeast 15
to 25 mph winds will team with cloudy skies to limit highs across
Nebraska and Northern Kansas to the 50s. Highs should reach the 60s
in the Southern Plains.

Areas of light rain as well as a few isolated thunderstorms should
develop late tonight as moisture spreads west and northwest across
the Southern and Central Plains. The isolated thunderstorms would
develop from Eastern Oklahoma to Southern Missouri where closer to
a warm front creeping north toward these areas. Lows should range
from the mid 30s across Nebraska and Northern Kansas to the upper
40s in Oklahoma.

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