Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN KANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
458 AM CST WED NOV 26 2014

SPRINKLES AND LIGHT RAIN AFFECTED PARTS OF CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST
KANSAS OVERNIGHT. HIGH AND MID LEVEL CLOUDS ENCOMPASSED THE AREA
THROUGH THE EARLY MORNING HOURS. TEMPERATURES A FEW HOURS BEFORE
SUNRISE WERE GENERALLY IN THE 35 TO 40 DEGREE RANGE.

AN UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE WILL MOVE FROM THE OZARK REGION TODAY AND
INTO THE OHIO VALLEY TONIGHT. THIS FEATURE WILL BRING SNOW THIS
MORNING TO CENTRAL AND EASTERN IOWA ALONG WITH MUCH OF MISSOURI.
LOCATIONS ACROSS MISSOURI CAN EXPECTED LESS THAN AN INCH WITH 1 TO 3
INCHES OF SNOW POSSIBLE OVER IOWA. HIGH PRESSURE WILL MOVE OVER THE
PLAINS TONIGHT WHICH WILL ALLOW DRY CONDITIONS TO PREVAIL.

HIGHS TODAY ARE EXPECTED TO RANGE FROM THE UPPER 20S OVER NORTHERN
NEBRASKA...TO THE MID 50S OVER CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA. LOOK
FOR OVERNIGHT LOWS TO RANGE FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS OVER NORTHERN
IOWA...TO THE 30S OVER SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA.

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LAWSON


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