Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary For Eastern Kansas
National Weather Service Wichita KS
455 AM CDT Mon Jul 18 2016

Mostly clear skies were located across most of the plains states
overnight, as a large ridge of high pressure was centered over the
area. The only exception was over eastern Nebraska where a complex
of thunderstorms was moving into western Iowa. Southerly surface
winds led to mild early morning temperatures, mainly in the lower

The hot and humid conditions will continue across most of the plains
states today into tonight, as southerly breezes and the ridge of
high pressure dominate the weather pattern.  Heat advisories have
been issued for all over Missouri and the eastern half of Kansas,
with heat index values expected to range from a 100 to 105. There is
a chance of evening and overnight thunderstorms across portions of
Nebraska, as the warm and humid airmass collides with cooler air
across the northern plains.

High temperatures today will range from the middle 90s in Missouri
to the near 100 in Central Kansas. Low temperatures tonight will be
mainly in the lower 70s.


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