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Issued by NWS Goodland, KS

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
500 AM MST MON JAN 19 2015

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

IN 1990, SNOW BEGAN FALLING IN THE TRI STATE AREA DURING THE EARLY
MORNING HOURS AND CONTINUED FOR THE ENTIRE DAY AND INTO THE NEXT
AFTERNOON. TWO DAY TOTALS RANGED FROM 6 INCHES NEAR NORTON KANSAS
TO OVER A FOOT NEAR THE COLORADO AND KANSAS BORDER. GOODLAND
REPORTED 10 INCHES OF SNOW, WHILE THE HIGHEST TOTALS WERE FOUND IN
WRAY AND YUMA COLORADO WHERE 16 INCHES ACCUMULATED.

IN 2011, A WINTER STORM PRODUCED LIGHT SNOW, FREEZING DRIZZLE AND LOW VISIBILITY,
RESULTING IN NUMEROUS TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS THROUGHOUT THE TRI-STATE AREA.

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