Fall's Arrival in Kansas More Like Summer

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WICHITA, Kan. (AP) _ Seasons change, but the weather doesn't
always follow suit.

With fall's official arrival at 10:44 a.m. Central Daylight Time
today, Kansas is in the midst of a summer-like stretch that
forecasters say will likely last the rest of the week or longer.

The day's high temperatures are expected to range through the
80s to as warm as 90 degrees in southwest and western Kansas. The
sunny and unseasonably warm weather is expected to continue through
the week.

Wind advisories are posted until this evening for southwestern
and western Kansas, with 30-mile-per-hour southerly winds and gusts
up to 45 miles per hour.