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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
436 PM CDT Sat Sep 23 2017

It was another breezy and warm day, as deep low pressure
continued to spin across the western states. Late afternoon
temperatures across the eastern half of Kansas were in the 80s and

Widespread showers and thunderstorms will impact western portions
of Kansas, Nebraska and the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles
overnight, as a powerful storm system and associated cold front
approach from the west. Widespread severe weather is not expected,
with the main threat being locally heavy rain. Dry and mostly
clear conditions will prevail elsewhere across the region, with
forecast low temperatures in the 60s, although cooler 40s and 50s
will prevail further west.

Chances for widespread showers and thunderstorms will spread a
bit further east for Sunday, but still remain over mainly the
western half of Kansas. Forecast high temperatures across the
region range from upper 40s over western Nebraska, to near 90
degrees over eastern Kansas.

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