Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
422 AM CST Thu Feb 21 2019

Partly cloudy and cold conditions were found across the plains
states overnight.  Some patchy dense fog was also occurring over
portions of south central Kansas. Early morning temperatures ranged
from the single digits in Nebraska and northwest Missouri to the
lower 30s in Oklahoma.

The partly cloudy skies will continue across the region today, as a
ridge of high pressure moves across the northern plains.  This will
lead to a gradual warming trend for the plains.  High temperatures
today will range from upper 30s northwest Kansas to the lower 50s in

The warming trend will continue to tonight, as southerly winds lead
to increasing clouds and possibly some patchy drizzle and fog for
portions of Kansas and Oklahoma. The rest of the region will see
partly cloudy skies.  Low temperatures tonight will range from the
upper 20s southern Nebraska, to the middle 30s in Oklahoma.


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