Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
500 PM CDT Wed May 23 2018

Warm and muggy conditions were in place across central and eastern
Kansas today. Late afternoon temperatures were around 90 degrees
which is around 10 degrees above normal highs for this time
of year. Scattered showers and storms crept into far southeast
Kansas late this afternoon with some additional storms moving out
of western Kansas and started to affect parts of central Kansas a
couple hours prior to sunset. Severe storms are not expected with
this activity.

Scattered showers and storms are expected tonight from the
Oklahoma Panhandle, through far western Kansas and into western
Nebraska. Additional showers and storms will be possible early
this evening for southeast Kansas, southern Missouri and eastern
Oklahoma. Look for overnight lows to range from the low 50s over
western Nebraska, to the 60s over the remainder of the Plains.

Another hot and humid day will be on tap for Thursday with
scattered afternoon storms possible from eastern Oklahoma,
southern Missouri along with southern Kansas. Highs are expected
to generally be in the upper 80s across the region.


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