Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Dodge City, KS
AWUS83 KDDC 031615
REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR WESTERN KANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DODGE CITY KS
1115 AM CDT SAT OCT 3 2015 /1015 AM MDT SAT OCT 3 2015/
Skies were overcast across western Kansas overnight through late
this morning. Scattered rain showers spread northeast across
southwest and central Kansas early this morning. Widespread
rainfall amounts were generally under one-half inch. Low
temperatures this morning ranged from the mid 40s in northwest
Kansas to the lower 50s in central and south central Kansas.
A closed off upper level low will drop southward out of the
Pacific Northwest into northern and central California tonight
within a broader scale upper level low pressure system stretching
across much of the Intermountain West. At the surface, a broad
area of high pressure will remain in control across the Great
Lakes and the Upper Midwest. Under mostly cloudy skies, periods of
light to moderate rain are likely across central and portions of
southwest Kansas through early this evening. Rain showers may
redevelop across portions of western Kansas overnight. Low
temperatures will be near normal tonight.
Low temperatures tonight can be expected to range from the lower
40s in northeast Colorado to the lower 50s in northern Oklahoma.
Lows in Kansas will range from the mid 40s in northwest Kansas to
near 50 in south central Kansas. High temperatures Sunday can be
expected to range from the lower 60s in northeast Colorado to the
lower 70s in northern Oklahoma. Highs in Kansas will range from
the lower 60s in northwest Kansas to the upper 60s in southwest
and south central Kansas.