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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR WESTERN KANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DODGE CITY KS
1058 AM CDT MON OCT 20 2014

MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES DOMINATED EASTERN COLORADO AND WESTERN KANSAS
OVERNIGHT. HOWEVER, AN AREA OF DENSE FOG DEVELOPED EARLY THIS
MORNING IN PORTIONS OF SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST KANSAS, REDUCING
VISIBILITY TO LESS THAN A QUARTER MILE IN PLACES. THIS AREA HAS
PERSISTED THROUGH MID MORNING, BUT WILL RAPIDLY DISSIPATE THROUGH
THE REST OF THE MORNING. OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM NEAR
40 IN NORTHWEST KANSAS, TO THE UPPER 50S IN SOUTHEAST KANSAS.

UPPER LEVEL HIGH PRESSURE RIDGING IN THE NORTHERN AND CENTRAL PLAINS
WILL PERSIST INTO TOMORROW, WHILE AN UPPER LEVEL LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM
MOVES INTO THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. A WEAK SURFACE LOW IN SOUTHWEST
KANSAS WILL DROP SOUTHEAST INTO OKLAHOMA LATER TODAY, WITH HIGH
PRESSURE DOMINATING THE CENTRAL PLAINS. LOW PRESSURE TROUGHING WILL
THEN REDEVELOP TO THE LEE OF THE ROCKIES AGAIN TOMORROW. DENSE FOG
WILL DEVELOP LATE TONIGHT IN FAR WESTERN KANSAS AND EASTERN
COLORADO, BEFORE DISSIPATING TOMORROW MORNING. OTHERWISE, LITTLE
ACTIVE WEATHER IS EXPECTED INTO WEDNESDAY.

HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL REACH INTO THE MID TO UPPER 70S ACROSS
EASTERN COLORADO THROUGH EASTERN KANSAS. LOWS TONIGHT WILL DIP INTO
THE LOW TO MID 40S IN NORTHERN AND CENTRAL KANSAS, WITH UPPER 40S TO
LOW 50S IN SOUTHERN KANSAS.

$$

WOLFE




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