Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary for the High Plains
National Weather Service Goodland KS
201 PM MST Sat Dec 9 2017 /301 PM CST Sat Dec 9 2017/

Sunday skies persisted across the Central High Plains through the
early afternoon, with windy conditions generally along and west
of the Colorado state line. Winds gusted as high as 40 mph at
times over parts of eastern Colorado. Temperatures early this
afternoon were in the 50s across the region, with some locations
around 60 degrees in eastern Colorado.

OUTLOOK... A persistent dry pattern and above normal pattern will
continue through next week. Breezy to windy conditions are
expected again Sunday and Monday, with strong wind gusts to 50 mph
possible Monday afternoon. Elevated to critical fire weather
conditions will also continue, and outdoor burning is
discouraged.

Low temperatures tonight will range from 20 degrees over parts of
eastern Colorado to 30 degrees over parts of northwest Kansas and
southwest Nebraska. High temperatures Sunday will be in the 60s,
which will be 20 degrees above normal for early December.

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