Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary for Western Kansas
National Weather Service Dodge City KS
1013 PM CDT MON AUG 29 2016 /913 PM MDT MON AUG 29 2016/

Skies were mostly cloudy across western Kansas this afternoon and
evening. Thunderstorms developed in the afternoon across central
and south central Kansas where temperatures got warmer, with more
isolated activity across western Kansas under the thick cloud
cover. A few funnels and small, weak tornadoes accompanied the shower
activity in Meade and Gray counties. Most of the rainfall had
died out this evening, except for some isolated showers and
thunderstorms over northwestern Kansas. High temperatures ranged
from the mid to upper 70s over western Kansas to the lower to
middle 80s in central and south central Kansas.

A weakening upper level trough will gradually move into the
southern and central high plains regions through Tuesday. There
are chances for showers and thunderstorms from the panhandles and
northern Oklahoma into Kansas and Nebraska; but these storms are
not expected to be severe. Otherwise, skies will be partly to
mostly cloudy along with light winds.

Lows tonight are expected to range from the upper 50s in eastern
Colorado to the upper 60s in central Oklahoma. Highs Tuesday will
vary from the upper 70s in the western panhandles to near 90
degrees in central Oklahoma.


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