Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Goodland, KS

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE HIGH PLAINS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
350 AM MST SAT DEC 13 2014

OVERCAST SKIES WERE OBSERVED ACROSS THE ENTIRE TRI-STATE REGION
EARLY THIS MORNING WITH SOME FOG REPORTED ALONG AND WEST OF THE
COLORADO BORDER.  EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES WERE QUITE WARM FOR
THIS TIME OF YEAR...RANGING FROM 40S TO 50 DEGREES.

OUTLOOK... CLOUDS WILL REMAIN ENTRENCHED OVER THE REGION THROUGH THE
DAY...WITH FOG DISSIPATING ALONG AND WEST OF THE COLORADO BORDER BY
LATE MORNING.  HIGHS WILL CONTINUE TO BE WARMER THAN NORMAL RANGING
FROM THE 50S TO 60 DESPITE THE CLOUD COVER.  TONIGHT FOG WILL RETURN
IN THE EVENING...ADVANCING WEST ACROSS THE REGION THROUGH THE NIGHT.
LOWS WILL VARY FROM THE UPPER 20S OVER EASTERN COLORADO TO 50 OVER
NORTHWEST KANSAS AND SOUTHWEST NEBRASKA.

A WINTER STORM SYSTEM SUNDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHT WILL BRING A MIXED BAG
OF WEATHER TO THE REGION. ISOLATED THUNDERSTORM WILL BE POSSIBLE FOR
PARTS OF NORTHWEST KANSAS FOLLOWED BY RAIN CHANGING TO SNOW FROM
WEST TO EAST BEHIND A COLD FRONT MOVING THROUGH THE REGION.
SNOWFALL AMOUNTS WILL RANGE FROM LESS THAN AN INCH TO AROUND 5
INCHES...WITH THE HIGHEST SNOWFALL AMOUNTS NORTH OF HIGHWAY 24 AND
WEST OF HIGHWAY 25.  BLOWING SNOW CAN BE EXPECTED DURING THE NIGHT
WHICH WILL LEAD TO DRIFTING SNOW ACROSS ROADWAYS.


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