Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
500 AM CDT Sat Aug 19 2017

Isolated thunderstorms developed over south-central and southeast
Kansas overnight. The remainder of the state was mostly clear with
light and variable winds. Early morning temperatures varied from
the upper 50s in the northwest, to the lower 70s in south-central

Isolated storms will remain possible this morning in south-central
and southeast Kansas, southern Missouri, and northern Oklahoma.
Otherwise, mostly sunny, hot and humid weather is forecast
throughout the Central Plains today. Afternoon highs will vary
from around 90 degrees in Iowa and Missouri, to near 100 degrees
in western Nebraska, western Kansas and western Oklahoma.

Scattered storms are expected to develop over western and central
Nebraska, and northwestern Kansas late this afternoon. Storms may
merge into one or more clusters, as they track eastward across
Nebraska and northern Kansas tonight. A few of the storms may be
severe. Lows will range from the 60s in Nebraska and Iowa, to the
lower and middle 70s in southeastern Kansas and much of Oklahoma.

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