Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
447 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

Today was a warmer version of yesterday. Afternoon high temperatures
rose to the upper 70s to lower 80s. Records did fall today in many
places in Kansas. There was barely a cloud in the sky until some
higher clouds moved in along the Interstate 70 corridor.

This evening will be another fabulous one to enjoy a walk or other
outdoor activity. Overnight lows will be just shy of 30 degrees in
northeast Colorado and western Nebraska to the 30s from eastern
Nebraska to southeast Colorado and the 40s for the rest of Kansas
and much of Missouri. Winds will be fairly light and variable. There
will be a return of winter with snow in western Nebraska overnight.

Thursday will be another day to capitalize on these temperatures by
getting outdoors for most of the Central Plains. Although Nebraska
will be rainy and even snowy for most of the day as the next system
moves across the Plains. Westerly winds will pick up in the
afternoon across southwest Kansas, southeast Colorado and the
Panhandles with speeds of 30 to 40mph and gusts close to 50mph.

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