Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN KANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1109 AM CDT WED APR 9 2014

ON TUESDAY EVENING...SKIES WERE CLEAR ACROSS NORTHEAST KANSAS AS
LOW TEMPERATURES DIPPED INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 30S. WINDS WERE
LIGHT AS AN AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE BEGAN TO SLIDE EASTWARD.

EXPECT A VERY WINDY...WARM AND DRY AFTERNOON ACROSS THE PLAINS
REGION TODAY. SOUTHERLY WINDS INCREASE BETWEEN 15 AND 30 MPH
SUSTAINED WITH OCCASIONAL GUSTS NEAR 40 MPH FROM NEBRASKA THROUGH
KANSAS...MISSOURI INTO OKLAHOMA. THE STRONG WINDS COMBINED WITH
LOW MOISTURE WILL CREATE EXTREME FIRE WEATHER DANGER FOR MUCH OF
THE AFTERNOON INTO EARLY EVENING. HIGH TEMPERATURES ARE VERY WARM
FROM THE UPPER 60S IN SOUTHERN MISSOURI...TO THE 70S AND POSSIBLE
80S FROM CENTRAL KANSAS THROUGH CENTRAL OKLAHOMA.

WINDS STAY STRONG FROM THE SOUTH TONIGHT BETWEEN 10 AND 20 MPH
SUSTAINED. MEANWHILE...A COLD FRONT SWITCHES GUSTY WINDS TO THE
NORTH OVER CENTRAL NEBRASKA. THERE IS A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS
AS THE FRONT PASSES. LOWS TONIGHT RANGE FROM THE 40S IN NEBRASKA...TO
THE 50S ELSEWHERE.

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