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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE HIGH PLAINS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
129 PM MST WED DEC 17 2014

FREEZING FOG AND DENSE STRATUS PLAGUED THE TRI-STATE REGION
TODAY. FREEZING DRIZZLE HAS ALSO BEEN REPORTED WITH SOME AREA
ROADWAYS BECOMING ICY. TEMPERATURES ARE IN THE LOW TO MID 20S.
LOCATIONS ALONG AND SOUTH OF A LINE FROM TRIBUNE TO GOVE KANSAS
HAVE WARMED INTO THE LOW 30S AS CLOUDS ATTEMPTED TO BREAK UP.
WINDS WERE GENERALLY FROM THE EAST AT 5 TO 10 MPH. AN UPPER LEVEL
DISTURBANCE WAS SPREADING INTO THE REGION FROM THE SOUTHWEST.

OUTLOOK... FREEZING FOG...FREEZING DRIZZLE AND SNOW ARE EXPECTED
THIS EVENING THROUGH TONIGHT AS A WEATHER SYSTEM MOVES THROUGH.
LATER THIS EVENING...PRECIPITATION CHANGES FROM MAINLY FREEZING
DRIZZLE TO LIGHT SNOW. A LIGHT DUSTING OF SNOW SEEMS LIKELY FOR
MOST LOCATIONS BUT ACCUMULATIONS UP TO AN INCH ARE POSSIBLE ALONG
AND SOUTH OF A HILL CITY TO TRIBUNE KANSAS LINE. FREEZING FOG WILL
PERSIST DUE TO A MOIST YET BELOW FREEZING AIRMASS ENTRENCHED
ACROSS THE REGION. FOG WILL BE DENSE AT TIMES FOR MOST LOCATIONS.
ROADWAYS HAVE BECOME ICY SO USE EXTREME CAUTION IF TRAVEL IS
NECESSARY.

FOR TOMORROW...PRECIPITATION SHOULD GRADUALLY EXIT THE REGION
FROM WEST TO EAST...CLEARING OUT COMPLETELY BY NOON. SOME BREAKS
IN THE CLOUDS ARE POSSIBLE LATE TOMORROW AFTERNOON. WARMER WEATHER
IS FORECAST WITH HIGH TEMPERATURES REACHING THE LOW TO UPPER 30S.

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