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KSZ008>012-020>024-026-032>040-047>056-058-059-067>072-082-083-
091>096-098>100-220600-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN KANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
448 PM CDT TUE OCT 21 2014

ITS BEEN MOSTLY SUNNY AND WARMER THIS AFTERNOON AS SOUTH TO SOUTHEAST 10
TO 20 MPH WINDS PUSHED TEMPERATURES ACROSS SOUTH-CENTRAL KANSAS INTO THE
LOWER 80S WHILE THE REST OF THE REGION REACHED THE MID AND UPPER 70S.

AN UPPER ATMOSPHERIC PERTURBATION WILL SPREAD INCREASING HIGH CLOUDINESS
NORTHEAST ACROSS THE GREAT PLAINS AS IT CROSSES THE NORTHERN ROCKIES.
THE HIGH CLOUDINESS WILL TEAM WITH SOUTH TO SOUTHEAST 5 TO 15 MPH WINDS
TO LIMIT LOWS TO THE MID 50S IN MOST AREAS.

AS THE UPPER PERTURBATION CONTINUES ITS TREK EAST ACROSS MONTANA AND THE
DAKOTAS AS WEAK COLD FRONT WILL DRIFT SOUTHEAST OVER THE WESTERN PLAINS.
A FEW SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS SHOULD DEVELOP OVER THE WESTERN
PLAINS LATE TOMORROW MORNING THEN SPREAD SLOWLY EAST ACROSS THE CENTRAL
THIRDS OF NEBRASKA...KANSAS AND OKLAHOMA IN THE AFTERNOON. HIGHS IN MOST
AREAS SHOULD REACH 75 TO 80 DEGREES WITH MID AND UPPER 60S TICKETED FOR
MISSOURI.

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