Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Dodge City, KS

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AWUS83 KDDC 030218

918 PM CDT FRI OCT 2 2015 /818 PM MDT FRI OCT 2 2015/

Skies remained cloudy across western Kansas today, while mostly
clear to partly cloudy skies prevailed in central and eastern
Kansas. A few small thunderstorms rumbled across north central
Kansas this afternoon with rainfall amounts generally less than a
tenth of an inch, while just a few sprinkles occurred in
southwest Kansas. High temperatures today only reached the upper
50s to low 60s in eastern Colorado and western Kansas, while
central and eastern Kansas enjoyed upper 60s to low 70s.

A large upper level low pressure system will move east into the
Intermountain region of the Rockies by tomorrow morning, pushing
an upper level disturbance across eastern Colorado and western
Kansas overnight and into tomorrow morning, while surface high
pressure remains firmly anchored over the Central and Southern
Plains. The upper level disturbance will bring an increased chance
for rainshowers and isolated thunderstorms to western Kansas
through mid day tomorrow, before slowly dissipating by tomorrow
evening. Skies will remain cloudy tonight and through most of
tomorrow, with temperatures remaining well below normal.

Overnight lows will drop into the low to mid 40s from eastern
Colorado through western Kansas, with mid to upper 40s in central
and eastern Kansas. Highs tomorrow will only reach the mid 50s to
around 60 in western Kansas, with mid to upper 60s in central and
eastern Kansas.


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