Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR WESTERN KANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DODGE CITY KS
1146 AM CDT WED JUL 23 2014

Skies were mostly clear across most of western Kansas during the
overnight hours.  Low clouds and some fog developed early this
morning in the northwest and had spread into the Jetmore and Ness
City areas.  The low clouds had dissipated by mid morning.  Low
temperatures were mainly in the upper 60s.

A strong upper level ridge will remain over the Central and Southern
Rockies through tonight.  Surface high pressure from the Northern
Plains to the Central Plains will move into the eastern part of the
country, while a surface trough develops in the Western High Plains.
A weak cold front across southern Kansas will extend from eastern
Colorado across extreme southwestern Kansas into southern Oklahoma
before stalling out early this evening.  Thunderstorms in east
central Kansas late this morning will continue to move southeast
this afternoon, while additional thunderstorms in southwestern
Nebraska moves into north central Kansas.  Widely scattered
thunderstorms may develop from northeastern Colorado to western
Nebraska late this afternoon and evening.  An isolated thunderstorm
or two will be possible in southwestern Kansaas later this
afternoon.  Temperatures behind the front will not be as warm as
Tuesday.

High temperatures this afternoon will range from the upper 80s in
central Nebraska to the upper 90s in parts of the Southern High
Plains and the northern Nebraska Panhandle.  Lows tonight will be in
the upper 60s to lower 70s.

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LEE




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