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AWUS83 KGLD 291934
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COZ090>092-KSZ001>004-013>016-027>029-041-042-NEZ079>081-301130-

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE HIGH PLAINS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
134 PM MDT TUE JUL 29 2014

PARTLY SUNNY SKIES ACROSS THE REGION EARLY THIS AFTERNOON AS CLOUD
COVER INCREASED THROUGHOUT THE DAY. WINDS WERE LIGHT OUT OF THE
SOUTHEAST AT 5 TO 10 MPH. TEMPERATURES WERE COOLER THAN NORMAL...AS
OF 1 PM MDT (2 PM CDT) RANGING FROM 79 SOUTH OF STRATTON COLORADO TO
90 AT OAKLEY KANSAS.

OUTLOOK... A STATIONARY FRONT ACROSS THE REGION COMBINED WITH A
STRONG UPPER-LEVEL DISTURBANCE WILL BRING RAIN...HEAVY AT TIMES...TO
EASTERN COLORADO AND MUCH OF WESTERN KANSAS. TONIGHT SKIES WILL BE
OVERCAST AS RAINFALL DEVELOPS IN EASTERN COLORADO INTO WESTERN
KANSAS...WITH A FEW OCCASIONAL THUNDERSTORMS. THE MOST INTENSE
RAINFALL WILL OCCUR AFTER MIDNIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING...WITH
THE BEST CHANCE FOR RAINFALL ALONG AND SOUTH OF INTERSTATE 70.
RAINFALL TOTALS ARE EXPECTED TO RANGE FROM UP TO A QUARTER INCH IN
SOUTHWEST NEBRASKA AND NORTHWEST KANSAS ALONG AND EAST OF HIGHWAY
83...TO AN INCH OR MORE IN EASTERN COLORADO AND WESTERN KANSAS SOUTH
OF INTERSTATE 70. THERE IS STILL SOME UNCERTAINTY AS TO THE EXACT
PLACEMENT OF THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL...BUT CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE
FOR SOME LOCATIONS TO SEE INTENSE RAINFALL TONIGHT. ON WEDNESDAY
SHOWERS WILL TAPER OFF THROUGH THE AFTERNOON...DIMINISHING BY THE
EVENING HOURS. ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT SKIES WILL BEGIN TO CLEAR WITH A
LIGHT WEST TO NORTHWESTERLY WIND.

TEMPERATURES WILL BE BELOW AVERAGE THROUGH MID WEEK. TONIGHT LOWS
WILL BE NEAR 60. ON WEDNESDAY HIGHS WILL REACH THE LOW TO UPPER
70S...ABOUT 15 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL. AND ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT LOWS WILL
REACH THE UPPER 50S.

$$

JJM





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