Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Dodge City, KS

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AWUS83 KDDC 210336

936 PM CST FRI NOV 20 2015 /836 PM MST FRI NOV 20 2015/

Clouds moved southeast across western Kansas today, bringing
mostly cloudy skies by mid afternoon, along with a few flurries or
sprinkles along the I-70 corridor. Temperatures returned to near
or slightly above normal across Kansas today, except for areas in
northwest Kansas that still has a good snowpack. Highs ranged from
the low 40s to around 50 in northwest Kansas where snow remains on
the ground, while the rest of Kansas reached into the mid 50s to
low 60s.

The upper level low pressure trough crossing the Northern and
Central Plains this evening will move off into the Great Lakes
Region by tomorrow afternoon. The surface cold front extending
from eastern Kansas southwest into south central Kansas and
northern Oklahoma will dig southeast across Missouri and Oklahoma
overnight, while high pressure in the Rockies builds east across
the plains states, bringing an influx of cold air across the
plains. A few flurries or a mix of rain and snow showers will
move across central and eastern Kansas overnight with little or no
snow accumulation. Winds will remain gusty overnight from the
north, but will diminish across western and central Kansas by mid
day tomorrow.

Lows tonight will drop into the mid to upper teens in eastern
Colorado and northwest Kansas, with low 20s to low 30s from
southwest through eastern Kansas. Highs tomorrow will only reach
into the mid to upper 30s from eastern Colorado through western
and northern Kansas, with low 40s in south central and southeast


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