Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KGLD 131147

Regional Weather Summary for the High Plains
National Weather Service Goodland KS
447 AM MST Tue Feb 13 2018 /547 AM CST Tue Feb 13 2018/

A stationary front was located roughly along Interstate 70 from
eastern Colorado into northwest Kansas Monday night. Gusty
southerly winds were occurring near and south of the front during
the evening hours, with lighter winds to the north. Skies were
partly to mostly cloudy with overnight temperatures ranging from
the lower teens in southwest Nebraska to the lower 30s in west
central Kansas either side of the front.

OUTLOOK...a stationary front will linger in the area for the next
couple of days, separating near to slightly below normal
temperatures north of Interstate 70 from above to much above
normal temperatures to the south. A cold front will move through
on Thursday with temperatures falling back below normal by the end
of the week and a chance for light rain and snow Thursday night.
For today, temperatures will range from the upper 30s in southwest
Nebraska to the lower 60s in west central Kansas on the other
side of the front. On Wednesday, they will range from the lower
50s in southwest Nebraska to the lower 70s in west central Kansas.
By Thursday cooler air will start to filter in behind the front
with highs in the 40s and 50s, followed by highs on Friday around
40 across the region.

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