Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
452 AM CST Sun Nov 27 2016

A blanket of high clouds overspread all of central and eastern
Kansas overnight. A couple hours before sunrise, low clouds were
creeping north across south central Kansas and are expected to
encompass the entire area by the mid morning hours. Early morning
temperatures ranged from the upper 30s over north central Kansas,
to the low 50s over far southern Kansas. South winds in the 10 to
15 mph range accompanied these mild readings.

Strong upper level low pressure system is expected to lift out
into the Plains today. This storm system will spread rain showers
across most of Kansas and Oklahoma today in addition to much of
Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri. Rainfall amounts will generally be on
the light side. This storm system will also bring strong south
winds to the region, with gusts to 40 mph possible over the
western half of Kansas and Oklahoma.

For tonight, eastern Kansas, eastern Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri
will continue to have rain chances with drier air moving into the
high Plains.

Highs today are expected to range from around 50 over western
Nebraska, to the upper 60s over southwest Kansas into the Oklahoma
Panhandle. Look for overnight lows to range from the low 30s over
western Nebraska and western Kansas, to the upper 50s over eastern


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