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 SUN AUG 17 2014

In the past 24 hours, showers and thunderstorms moved east across
Kansas. The highest of the reported rain totals included 0.46 inches
3 miles southwest of Wakeeney, 0.60 inches 11 miles north of
Deerfield and 1.08 inches 2 miles northeast of Ransom. Overnight low
temperatures varied from the upper 50s to around 70 degrees.

An upper level disturbance will move east across the Northern Plains
today and into the Mississippi River Valley by mid day Monday. The
western end of a cold front in Oklahoma will lift north as a warm
front across western Kansas late this afternoon. There is a chance
of showers and thunderstorms in eastern Colorado, northwest Kansas
and southwest Nebraska this afternoon and evening. This
precipitation is expected to move east across northern Kansas and
much of Nebraska this evening.

The highest afternoon temperatures in the Central Plains will be in
the upper 90s in western Nebraska, western Kansas and much of
Oklahoma. Overnight low temperatures are expected to range from
the upper 50s in western Nebraska to the lower 60s in northwest
Kansas and the mid 60s across both the Oklahoma and Texas
Panhandles.

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