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
926 PM CDT SUN JUL 7 2014

Under a mostly sunny sky, a warming trend continued across western
Kansas today.  High temperatures were mainly in the upper 90s.
Elkhart did reach 100 degrees.  A few isolated thunderstorms
developed in northwestern Kansas late this afternoon but had
dissipated by mid evening.

A broad upper level ridge will remain anchored over the western part
of the country through Monday afternoon.  An area of surface low
pressure in eastern Colorado will move very little.  A weak cold
front is expected to drop south out of Nebraska tonight and stall
out across northern Kansas on Monday.  A few thunderstorms in east
central Colorado are expected to die off tonight.  Monday will be
another very warm day south of the front, especially in the west
where a few location may reach triple digits.  Widely scattered
thunderstorms may develop in the Central High Plains Monday
afternoon.

Low temperatures tonight will range from around 60 in parts of the
Nebraska Panhandle to the lower 70s from eastern Kansas to central
Oklahoma.  Highs Monday will range from the mid 80s in north central
Nebraska to the upper 90s to around 100 in western and central
Kansas and southeastern Colorado.

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LEE




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