Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
432 PM CDT Wed Apr 18 2018

Partly cloudy skies and windy conditions were found across the
plains states today, as a strong storm system moved across the Great
Lakes. Strong winds were found across most of the region on the west
side of this system. Afternoon temperatures ranged from the lower
40s in southern Nebraska to the lower 70s in Oklahoma.

The strong winds will slowly diminish tonight, as a Canadian ridge
of high pressure slides across the region.  This will lead to
clearing skies and chilly temperatures, with some areas of frost
across Nebraska and northern Kansas. Low temperatures tonight will
range from the upper 20s in southern Nebraska to the lower 30s

Mostly sunny skies will dominate the weather pattern on Thursday, as
the Canadian ridge of high pressure moves across Iowa and northern
Missouri. This will lead to seasonal temperatures, with highs on
Thursday ranging from the middle 50s in Nebraska to the lower 60s in
Oklahoma and southern Kansas.


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