Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
456 PM CDT Sat Sep 16 2017

A linear axis of thunderstorms intensified this afternoon, as it
moved across southeastern Kansas. Several storms became severe in
the southeast, with numerous damaging wind reports received. The
western part of the state was sunny and cooler behind a cold front
that stretched from southwest to northeast Kansas. Warm and
noticeably more humid conditions prevailed to the east of this
front. Late afternoon temperatures ranged from the upper 60s in
the far northwest, to around 90 degrees across central and south-
central Kansas.

The cold front will continue pushing slowly southeastward tonight,
then stalling by late Sunday afternoon, from northern Oklahoma to
central Missouri. Scattered thunderstorms will remain possible
along and behind the cold front, with the most numerous coverage
expected northern Oklahoma across southeast Kansas, into Iowa and
Missouri. A few severe storms will be possible through this
evening, mainly from the eastern half of Kansas into the lower
Missouri Valley. Large hail and damaging wind gusts will be the
main storm threats.

Low temperatures tonight will be in the 40s behind the front in
western Nebraska and northwestern Kansas, to the middle to upper
60s ahead of the front, in Oklahoma, southeastern Kansas, and
central and southern portions of Missouri. Highs Sunday afternoon
will be in the 70s in Nebraska, Iowa, much of Kansas and Missouri,
to the 80s in Oklahoma.

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