Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Goodland, KS

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE HIGH PLAINS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
130 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2014 /230 PM CDT THU JUL 24 2014/

HOT AND DRY CONDITIONS WERE PRESENT ACROSS THE REGION EARLY THIS
AFTERNOON WITH TEMPERATURES NEAR OR EXCEEDING 100 DEGREES AT MANY
LOCATIONS. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURES AS OF 1 PM MDT / 2 PM CDT WAS
106 DEGREES AT WRAY. DESPITE COOLER TEMPERATURES IN THE MID 90S
AT NORTON AND HILL CITY...THE HUMIDITY WAS HIGHEST IN THIS AREA
CAUSING HEAT INDEX VALUES OF OVER 100 DEGREES. WINDS WERE
SOUTHERLY AT 10 TO 20 MPH GUSTING TO AROUND 30. SKIES WERE MOSTLY
SUNNY. THUNDERSTORMS WERE OCCURRING WEST OF THE REGION IN ALONG
THE FRONT RANGE.

OUTLOOK... THE WEATHER PATTERN WILL GENERALLY REMAIN THE SAME
ACROSS THE TRI STATE REGION OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS WITH ONLY
A SLIGHT DECREASE IN TEMPERATURES TOMORROW AND SATURDAY.
NOTICEABLY COOLER WEATHER WILL ARRIVE SUNDAY AND PERSIST INTO THE
MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK. UNTIL THEN HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM
THE MID 90S TO AROUND 100 DEGREES. THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE MOST
NUMEROUS THIS EVENING AND AGAIN TOMORROW EVENING WEST OF THE
REGION CLOSER TO THE FRONT RANGE BUT ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE
STILL POSSIBLE...MAINLY WEST OF THE KANSAS STATE LINE.

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