Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KDDC 271616

1115 AM CDT SUN JUL 27 2014

Thunderstorm activity moved across portions of southwest Kansas
overnight, bringing over an inch of rain to portions of Hamilton,
Scott, and Finney counties by early this morning. Most other reports
were half an inch or less. Much of the precipitation has moved into
central Kansas this morning. Low temperatures dropped into the low
60s to low 70s from eastern Colorado through western Kansas, with
mid to upper 70s across the rest of Kansas.

Upper level high pressure ridging will remain from the Southern
Plains through the Rockies, while northwest flow aloft dominates the
Central and Northern Plains through mid week. A weak upper level
disturbance will drop southeast into the Central Plains this
afternoon, while surface high pressure builds south across the
Northern and Central Plains. This disturbance will bring another
chance for showers and thunderstorms to western Kansas this
afternoon and evening. Temperatures will moderate significantly
through the first half of the work week, dropping to well below
normal by mid week.

High temperatures today will rise to the low to upper 80s from
eastern Colorado through western Kansas, with low 90s across central
and eastern Kansas. Lows tonight will drop into the upper 50s to low
60s across the northern half of Kansas, with mid 60s across the
southern half.


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