Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
445 PM CDT Fri Apr 13 2018

A strong storm system centered over southeast Nebraska this
afternoon trailed a cold front which bisected east and west Kansas.
A mix of clouds and sun was found across the state this afternoon. A
strong temperature contrast was seen as freezing temperatures and
snow occurred over northwest Kansas while a few strong to severe
storms occurred over eastern Kansas late this afternoon with
temperatures reaching the mid to upper 70s.

A mix bag of weather is in store for the state this weekend as
blizzard warnings are in affect for the northwest part of the state,
high wind warnings for southwestern Kansas and parts of central
Kansas and a tornado watch in affectt his evening for eastern
Kansas. Temperatures will fall to the lower 20s in northwest Kansas
to the low to mid 40s in Oklahoma and Missouri.

As the cold front moves through the state, wrap around moisture will
bring a mix of snow and rain to north and central Kansas. Expect
strong gusty winds and cold temperatures on Saturday to make for a
raw day. Highs across northwest Kansas are expected to only reach
the mid 30s while southeast Kansas may see highs reach the upper 40s.
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