Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary For Eastern Kansas
National Weather Service Wichita KS
354 PM CDT Fri Aug 26 2016

A break in the cloud cover this afternoon allowed for surface
heating across south central and southeast Kansas. There has been
development of showers and thunderstorms in the eastern half of the
state. Afternoon temperatures were in the lower to mid 80s with
light winds out of the south to southeast.

This shower and thunderstorm activity will continue to develop the
rest of the afternoon and evening across both eastern Kansas and
Oklahoma as well as in the High Plains. Some of the storms could be
strong to severe particularly in the eastern part of Kansas into
northern Missouri. These storms could produce large hail, damaging
winds and possibly tornadoes. Please stay tuned for the issuance of
any watches or warnings if you live in the areas that could be
impacted. Low temperatures will be in the low to mid 50s in the High
Plains and the 60s for the rest of the Central Plains. Winds will
remain light and variable.

Another day with chances of showers and thunderstorms for Saturday
across all but Nebraska. The highest chances are in Iowa and
northeast Kansas. High temperatures will reach the lower 80s to the
north and closer to 90 degrees for areas further south. Southerly
winds are forecast to have speeds of 5 to 10 mph.

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