Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Goodland, KS

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN JUN 28 2015

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

IN 1989, THE GREATEST DAILY RAINFALL AMOUNT ON RECORD OCCURRED IN
GOODLAND, WHICH RECEIVED 4.15 INCHES. THIS WAS NEARLY ONE QUARTER
OF THE TOTAL RAINFALL FOR THE YEAR, WHICH WAS 18 INCHES.

IN 2003, A LINE OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MOVED FROM THE NORTHWEST
DURING THE EVENING OF THE 28TH. NUMEROUS REPORTS OF GOLF BALL SIZED
HAIL WERE RECEIVED FROM EAST CENTRAL COLORADO INTO NORTHWEST KANSAS.
TWO BRIEF TORNADOES WERE REPORTED, ONE PRODUCING NO DAMAGE NORTH OF
TRIBUNE KANSAS AND A SECOND PRODUCING LOW END F1 DAMAGE 13 MILES
SOUTH OF ATWOOD.

IN 2011, AN INTENSE MICROBURST ROARED ACROSS KIT CARSON COUNTY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT SOUTH OF BURLINGTON DURING THE EVENING HOURS, COMPLETELY DESTROYING TWO HANGARS AND SEVERAL AIRCRAFT.  WINDS WERE CLOCKED AT 84 MPH FROM THE WEST.  THE TWO HANGARS DESTROYED WERE HIT BROADSIDE BY THE COLLAPSING THUNDERSTORM WINDS, WHILE ANOTHER HANGAR NEARBY EXPERIENCED LITTLE DAMAGE.

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