Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Wichita KS
450 PM CDT Thu Apr 19 2018

Partly cloudy skies were found across the plains states today, as a
ridge of high pressure moved into the Great Lakes region. Afternoon
temperatures ranged from the lower 50s in southern Nebraska to the
lower 60s in Oklahoma.

The partly cloudy skies will continue across the region tonight, as
the ridge of high pressure shifts to the east of the plains. This
will allow southerly winds to gradually return to the region. Low
temperatures tonight will range from the middle 30s in southern
Nebraska and northern Kansas to the lower 40s in southwest Kansas.

Partly sunny skies are expected for most locations on Friday as a
storm system begins to move out of the Rockies.  As this system
shifts east, showers and few thunderstorms will be possible over
western Kansas by Friday afternoon. Seasonal temperatures are
expected, with highs on Friday ranging from the upper 50s in
Nebraska to the middle 60s in Oklahoma and southern Kansas.


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