Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
450 PM CDT Mon Sep 18 2017

An isolated thunderstorm quickly developed over Russell and Lincoln
counties late this afternoon. The thunderstorm became severe, being
capable of 1 inch hail and winds around 60 mph as it moved east at
25 mph. Under mostly cloudy skies, most areas reached 80 to 85
degrees with southerly 10 to 20 mph winds.

Isolated to perhaps widely scattered thunderstorms remain possible
across central and eastern Kansas as well as northern Missouri
tonight, a few of which may produce 1-inch diameter hail and winds
around 60 mph. The thunderstorms that occur over northern Missouri
may continue Tuesday morning. Dry weather is forecast for the rest
of the neighborhood. Southerly 5 to 15 mph winds should limit lows
in the most areas to the mid and upper 60s. The exceptions would
be the western plains where lows around 55 are forecast.

It`ll be windy and hotter on Tuesday as south winds, increasing to
20 to 35 mph, send temperatures across western and central sections
to between 95 and 100. Highs from the mid 80s to the lower 90s are
forecast across eastern sections with Missouri on the lower end of
the spectrum.

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