Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Dodge City, KS

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AWUS83 KDDC 241711

Regional Weather Summary for Western Kansas
National Weather Service Dodge City KS
1211 PM CDT Mon Oct 24 2016 /1111 AM MDT Mon Oct 24 2016/

A calm and clear start of the day for Southwest Kansas, with a
north/northeast wind around 5 mph and clear skies. Lows overnight
stayed in the lower to mid-40s across the region.

The upper air ridge that has been above us all
week will move to the east by tomorrow. Surface high pressure
moved into Minnesota this morning and will continue to move to the
east this afternoon. The movement of the surface high caused our
winds to shift from the northeast to the east. Moisture will
finally move back into our area tonight, which will cause our dew
points to rise and possible fog development tomorrow morning.

Today temperatures will reach the lower 70s to the north and the
upper 70s to the south with clear skies. Wind speed will be from
the east/southeast at 5-10 mph. Tonight, the low will be in the
mid-to upper 50s.


This product will not be produced after 0930 PM 15 November. Any
questions about discontinuation of the Regional Weather Summary in
southwest Kansas can be addressed to Larry Ruthi
( or Jeff Hutton ( at
the National Weather Service in Dodge City. The National Weather
Service also can be reached by telephone at 620-225-6514.


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