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
1133 am cdt tue jul 8 2014

Showers and thunderstorms, in the vicinity of a cold front, pushed
south across Kansas this morning. The highest reported rain totals
in the past 24 hours included 0.46 inches 6 miles southwest of
Utica, 0.53 inches 12 miles west of Jetmore, 0.56 inches in Utica,
0.57 inches at Goodland and 0.80 inches 10 miles northwest of
Burdette. Morning low temperatures were in the the mid 60s to around
70 degrees.

A ridge of high pressure aloft will remain above the southwest
states into Wednesday. The cold front will move into southern
Oklahoma before becoming nearly stationary this afternoon. There is
a chance for showers and thunderstorms from extreme southeast
Colorado across the southwest corner of Kansas and northern Oklahoma
this evening and overnight. Both Nebraska and Kansas will have
cooler temperatures today.

Afternoon high temperatures will range from around 80 degrees in
Nebraska to the mid to upper 80s in Kansas and the 90s in southern
Oklahoma. Part of central Oklahoma could have highs just above 100
degrees this afternoon. Overnight low temperatures are expected
from near 60 degrees in Nebraska to the lower 60s across Kansas
and the mid 60s in western Oklahoma.

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