Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Goodland, KS

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Regional Weather Summary for the High Plains
National Weather Service Goodland KS
228 PM MDT Tue Jun 27 2017 /328 PM CDT Tue Jun 27 2017/

Early this afternoon a warm front was moving north through the
Tri-State Region. Behind the front south winds were gusting 30 to
40 MPH and temperatures had warmed into the 90s. To the west
isolated storms were beginning to develop and move east toward
Kansas.

OUTLOOK... As the afternoon progresses a broken line of scattered
storms should develop and move east across the region. The main
threats with these storms will be hail up to hen egg size and wind
gusts of 70 MPH. As these storms move east through the afternoon
and into the evening, they will increase in coverage as they move
into Kansas. Another round of storms may develop behind the first
group during the evening. Any severe storms should be east of the
region well before midnight.

Wednesday severe weather is expected, mainly between Highway 40
and Highway 36 in Eastern Colorado. The storms will then spread
east during the night. Main threat with these storms will be
damaging wind gusts and hail up to hen egg size.

Despite the cold front passage, lows will be warmer than last
night with readings in the upper 50s and 60s. Highs Wednesday will
be slightly cooler than today with readings around 90.

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