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
923 PM CDT MON JUL 18 2014

Summer-like temperatures and scattered afternoon thunderstorms
prevailed across the Western Plains of Kansas through late this
evening. A few of these storms produced penny size hail just north
of Colby in northwestern Kansas and 50 mph wind gusts near Scott
City. Storms were also ongoing across northwestern Oklahoma this
evening. Highs today ranged from the lower 90s in southwestern
Nebraska to the lower 100s in parts of southwestern Kansas.

An upper level ridge of high pressure over the Central Rockies will
move out onto the adjacent plains by Tuesday afternoon. Meanwhile,
an upper level disturbance will propagate east across the northern
periphery of the aforementioned ridge. A weak surface front across
northcentral Kansas will slowly migrate further south tonight while
troughing persists along the lee side of the Rockies. Scattered
thunderstorms will persist through the evening hours and possibly
after midnight. Mostly sunny skies will return for Tuesday.

Lows tonight will range from the lower 60s in eastern Colorado to
the mid 70s around Oklahoma City. Highs on Tuesday will range from
the lower 90s in northeastern Colorado to the upper 90s in western
Kansas. A few lower 100s will not be out of the question in a few
locations.

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