Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
501 AM CDT Wed Jul 19 2017

Isolated storms developed early this morning over parts of
northeast Kansas into the Flint Hills. The remainder of central
and eastern Kansas saw mostly clear skies and mild temperatures.
Early morning readings were generally in the mid and upper 70s
across the area with south winds around 10 mph.

Showers and storms will affect parts of northeast Kansas, northern
Missouri and southern Iowa this morning. By the afternoon hours,
showers and storms will have moved out of the region. Another day
of dangerous heat will be in place across the Plains today with
highs ranging between 100 and 105 degrees from western Nebraska
into central and western Kansas. Meanwhile, Iowa and Missouri
will see highs in the 90s. Heat advisories and warnings are in
effect today for most of Nebraska, the eastern half of Kansas, all
of Missouri and southern Iowa.

Mostly clear skies and well above normal temperatures will be in
place across the Plains tonight. Lows are expected to range from
the upper 60s over western Nebraska, to the upper 70s over eastern
Kansas and Missouri.


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