Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KICT 140951

Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
456 AM CDT Sat Apr 14 2018

A powerful spring storm system was situated across the Central
Plains early this morning bringing snow to portions of the state.
Snow and blowing snow was observed across much of north central and
northwest Kansas with predawn temperatures ranging from the low 20s
in northwest Kansas to the lower 40s in the southeast Kansas.

Snow and blowing snow will continue to build slowly eastward
impacting much of northern Kansas today. Blowing snow will combine
with very strong northwest winds creating reduced visibilities and
blizzard conditions across much of northwest Kansas. Afternoon highs
will struggle to climb above freezing across north central Kansas
while highs in extreme southwest Kansas climb to around 50.

Skies will clear from west to east across the state tonight as high
pressure moves south out of the Northern Plains. Low temperatures
will remain below normal for the middle of April, ranging from the
teens over northwest Kansas to the upper 20s across extreme eastern

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