Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KICT 151034

Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
434 AM CST Mon Jan 15 2018

An area of rain and snow spread across much of eastern Kansas
during the night. Predawn temperatures range from near 20 along
the Nebraska border, to the upper 30s along the Oklahoma border in
south central Kansas. Winds were north at 10 to 20 mph.

The strong cold front will continue to move south today, exiting
Oklahoma by midday and southern Arkansas by late this afternoon.
Much colder air will spill into the region, as high pressure
moves into the plains. Rain and or snow is forecast near the
front. The snow has prompted winter weather advisories over
southeast quarter of Kansas, southern Missouri and adjacent areas
of Oklahoma and Arkansas today. Wind chill advisories are in
effect later today and tonight for virtually all of the Great
Plains north of I-40.

Forecast highs range from the single digits across most of Iowa
and eastern Nebraska, to the lower 30s across southern Oklahoma
and Arkansas. However temperatures will fall throughout the day at
many locations. Forecast lows range from the teens below zero in
parts of northern Nebraska, to the lower 20s in southern Arkansas.


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