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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR EASTERN KANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
921 PM CDT WED APR 23 2014

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND DECAYING THUNDERSTORMS MOVED ACROSS SOUTH
CENTRAL AND CENTRAL KANSAS THIS EVENING. MORE NUMEROUS
THUNDERSTORMS OCCURRED ALONG A COLD FRONT FROM NORTHWEST KANSAS
INTO NORTHEAST NEBRASKA. WINDS WERE OUT OF THE SOUTH TO SOUTHEAST
AROUND 20 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 35 MPH. DECAYING SHOWERS BROUGHT A 58
MPH WIND GUST TO GREAT BEND THIS EVENING. LATE EVENING
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE UPPER 60S TO MIDDLE 70S.

A VIGOROUS STORM SYSTEM WILL MOVE OUT OF THE ROCKIES AND INTO THE
THE PLAINS OVERNIGHT AND MOVING EAST OF KANSAS DURING THE
AFTERNOON HOURS ON THURSDAY. A COLD FRONT FROM NORTHWEST KANSAS TO
NORTHEAST NEBRASKA WILL MOVE SOUTHEAST ACROSS THE CENTRAL PLAINS
OVERNIGHT AND THURSDAY. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE COMMON
ALONG AND AHEAD OF THE COLD FRONT. SKIES WILL BEGIN TO CLEAR FROM
WEST TO EAST ON THURSDAY...BUT THUNDERSTORMS WILL LINGER ACROSS
MISSOURI AND EASTERN IOWA. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL RANGE FROM THE 30S
IN THE NEBRASKA PANHANDLE TO THE 50S AND 60S ACROSS MUCH OF
EASTERN KANSAS AND MISSOURI. HIGHS ON THURSDAY WILL BE IN THE 60S
AND 70S.

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