Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
455 PM CDT Tue Aug 15 2017

It`s been another humid afternoon as southeast winds from 10 to 20
mph continued to bring rich moisture into Kansas. Light showers
developed over South-Central Kansas but produced little rainfall.
Highs from 85 to 90 were reached in most areas although Salina hit
the mid 90s once again.

With high octane moisture covering the region thunderstorms will be
stronger and much more numerous tonight and tomorrow. A few severe
thunderstorms are possible with quarter-sized hail, winds around 60
mph and very heavy rains that may cause flooding. A slow, southeast
moving cold front that`ll venture into Central Kansas tomorrow
afternoon would provide the impetus for the more active weather.

Lows tonight should range from around 65 in the Western Plains to
near 75 in Southeast Kansas and Oklahoma. Highs tomorrow would be
from around 80 to around 90 with the cooler highs in Nebraska and
Northwest Kansas.

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