Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
453 PM CDT Tue May 23 2017

Scattered showers developed from Northeast to South-Central Kansas
this afternoon. A few areas may have received around 0.10 inch as
the showers moved southeast around 30 mph. Clouds increased
quickly this afternoon to limit highs to the 60s with northwest 10
to 20 mph winds.

With the loss of heating, the showers will dissipate this evening.
Skies will then slowly clear in a west to east manner as an intense
cyclone that this afternoon is centered over Iowa, moves southeast
to the mid Mississippi Valley tomorrow.

Lows tonight should range from around 35 in the Western Plains to
near 50 in Missouri. For tomorrow, sunny skies will enable highs in
Southwest Kansas to reach the upper 70s while extensive cloud cover
will limit highs to the mid 60s in the Eastern Plains.

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