Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Dodge City, KS

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR WESTERN KANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DODGE CITY KS
858 PM CDT SAT JUL 25 2015

SATURDAY WAS A HOT DAY WITH HIGHS REACHING FROM 96 AT GARDEN CITY
TO 100 AT DODGE CITY AND LIBERAL. THE COMBINATION OF THIS INTENSE
HEAT AND ADDED HUMIDITY CREATING HEAT INDICES IN THE LOW 100S.
MOST OF THE DAY WAS DRY. EARLY EVENING THUNDERSTORMS DID FORM
ALONG AN BOUNDARY. SEVERE WEATHER REPORTS OF QUARTER SIZE HAIL AND
60 TO 70 MPH WINDS WERE OBSERVED WITH THE MOST INTENSE STORMS
LOCATED ACROSS WEST-CENTRAL TO CENTRAL KANSAS. AS OF 9 PM, SOME
THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY IS STILL CONTINUING, ALTHOUGH THE SEVERITY
OF THE STORMS HAS DECREASED A BIT.

FOR TOMORROW, ANOTHER HOT DAY WILL CONTINUE AS HIGH PRESSURE
CONTINUES ACROSS THE SOUTHERN PLAINS AND WEAK LEE TROUGHING
PREVAILS ACROSS THE CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS. HIGHS SHOULD BE IN THE
UPPER 90S TO AROUND THE CENTURY MARK. THERE WILL BE ADDITIONAL
THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY LIKELY TOMORROW ACROSS WESTERN KANSAS IN THE
AFTERNOON AND EVENING.

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