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Clouds and some pockets of drizzle or a few sprinkles are expected in eastern Kansas overnight.  Lows in the lower 40s will be found.  The farther west you go, you'll find less cloud cover.  Overnight lows in the upper 20s to lower 30s are forecast in Goodland and Garden City, where a Freeze Warning is in effect until 8 a.m. Sunday.  If you have some potted plants outside, you know the drill! 

More sunshine will rule in western Kansas tomorrow and the clouds will begin to break somewhat in the east.  Highs in the 60s can be expected, with generally milder readings to the west.

A warm-up in slated for next week with highs getting back up into the 70s.  A very slow-moving upper low pressure area will creep toward Kansas.  Increasing clouds and chances of showers and storms will prevail as lift and moisture work into the state ahead of the storm system.


Wichita Area Forecast:

Overnight:  Cloudy with a few sprinkles or some drizzle.  Cool.  Wind: N 10-15.  Low: 43.

Sunday:  A cloudy start then turning mostly cloudy.  Milder.  Wind: N 5-15.  High: 65.

Sunday night:  Turning partly cloudy.  Wind: N 5-10.  Low: 46.

Mon:  High:  72  Partly cloudy and warmer.
Tue:  High:  73  Low: 52   Partly cloudy with some late day storms.
Wed:  High:  75  Low: 55   Mostly cloudy and breezy with a few storms.
Thu:  High:  73  Low: 58   Mostly cloudy and breezy with scattered showers and storms.
Fri:  High:  72  Low: 57   Partly cloudy to mostly cloudy with scattered storms.
Sat:  High:  68  Low: 55   Mostly cloudy with showers.

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