Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KDDC 171707

Regional Weather Summary for Western Kansas
National Weather Service Dodge City KS
1207 PM CDT Mon Oct 17 2016 /1107 AM MDT Mon Oct 17 2016/

Skies were mostly clear across western Kansas last night with a
few higher clouds. Winds were out of the southwest at around
10-15 mph. Lows ranged from the low to mid 40s in western Kansas
to the low to mid 60s further east into the central portions of
the state.

Strong westerly flow is expected over the Central Plains this
afternoon. At the surface, a front will move southeast across
Kansas. Dry and quiet weather is expected for today. A red flag
warning will be in effect through the afternoon across much of
extreme western Kansas. Conditions will be favorable for fires
with low relative humidity and frequent wind gusts in excess of 20
mph. Winds will be out of the south at around 10-15 mph today.

Highs today are expected to climb into the mid to upper 90s in
eastern Colorado and across Kansas. A few places may top 100. Lows
will range from the low to upper 40s in eastern Colorado and
northwestern Kansas to the mid to upper 50s in the eastern
portions of the state.


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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