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Issued by NWS Goodland, KS

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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Goodland KS
600 AM MDT Mon Apr 17 2017

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

In 1907, just a few weeks after the warmest March ever
recorded, a spring cold wave was in progress across the area.
Goodland recorded a morning low of 18 degrees, which is a record
for the date. The colder than normal weather persisted through the
middle of May.

...UNDERSTANDING SEVERE WEATHER WATCHES AND WARNINGS...

The National Weather Service sees the potential for severe weather,
and a stream of weather information flows from our forecast offices
to you.

Each National Weather Service forecast office has a website, a
Facebook page, and a Twitter feed where you can find vital
information highlighting upcoming weather hazards.

The hazardous weather outlook, a text product, highlights weather
hazards seven days in advance.

For more information on how the National Weather Service delivers
severe weather information to you, go to this web page:

www.weather.gov/goodland

and, in the News Headline section, click on the Colorado
Severe Weather Awareness Week story, then choose Monday`s entry.

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