Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
503 PM CDT Sun Aug 13 2017

Under mostly cloudy skies highs in most areas reached the 80s this
afternoon.

Scattered thunderstorms, that may produce 2 inch diameter hail, 60
to 70 mph winds, and very heavy rains, will continue over the High
Plains tonight. The thunderstorms may move as far east as Central
Nebraska and Central Oklahoma later tonight. The rest of the Great
Plains will be quiet although some fog may develop in Northwest
and Southeast Kansas early Monday morning. Lows should be in the
60s although a few areas in Western Oklahoma may only settle into
the lower 70s.

On Monday, scattered thunderstorms are possible across the Southern
Plains as well as Nebraska. Quiet weather is forecast elsewhere.
Highs in most areas should reach 85 to 90 with south winds from 10
to 15 mph.

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