Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KGLD 132111

Regional Weather Summary for the High Plains
National Weather Service Goodland KS
211 PM MST Tue Feb 13 2018 /311 PM CST Tue Feb 13 2018/

A warm front stalled north of Interstate 70, with variable
temperatures across the Central High Plains. Skies cleared this
morning, with passing high clouds this morning. Winds have been
light and variable across the Tri-State area generally less than
10 mph. Temperatures at 2 PM MST (3 PM CST) ranged from 62 degrees
at Flager, Colorado to 36 degrees at McCook, Nebraska.

OUTLOOK... Warming temperatures and dry conditions will continue
through Wednesday, with increasing high clouds Wednesday
afternoon. Overnight lows tonight will range from the upper 20s in
northwest Kansas, to the upper teens over parts of southwest
Nebraska. High temperatures Wednesday will range from the 50s
across southwest Nebraska to near 70 over southwest Kansas and
southeast Colorado. A cold front will pass through the region by
Thursday night, bringing windy conditions and light rain or snow
chances Thursday evening. Little to no snow accumulation is
expected with this fast moving system. Another warm up is expected
by this weekend, with arctic air and snow chances possibly
returning early next week.

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