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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR WESTERN KANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DODGE CITY KS
1144 AM CDT THU APR 24 2014

Areas of showers and thunderstorms moved across western Kansas
yesterday evening through this morning. In the past 24 hours, the
peak reported rain totals included 0.70 inches 3 miles northwest of
Bison, 0.82 inches 13 miles southwest of Jetmore, 0.90 inches 10
miles northwest of Burdette and  0.93 inches  4.5 miles southeast of
Belpre. The highest reported overnight peak wind gusts included 44
mph in Dodge City, 49 mph in Goodland and 52 mph in Garden City.
Overnight low temperatures varied from the lower 40s to the mid
50s.

An upper level disturbance in the Northern and Central Plains will
move into the Mississippi River Valley by late tonight. A cold front
extending from northeast Kansas across south central Kansas and
through central Oklahoma will move east and high pressure will
migrate from southeast Colorado across Oklahoma by this evening.
This will result in southerly winds across the western edge of the
Central Plains.

Afternoon high temperatures will range from the lower 70s in
southwest Nebraska and southwest Kansas to the upper 70s in
southwest Oklahoma. Overnight low temperatures are expected to range
from near 40 degrees in Nebraska to the upper 30s in northwest Kansas
and in the Oklahoma and Texas Panhandles.

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MB













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