Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Goodland, KS

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Regional Weather Summary for the High Plains
National Weather Service Goodland KS
208 PM MST Fri Dec 9 2016 /308 PM CST Fri Dec 9 2016/

Skies remained mostly cloudy through the day along the Nebraska
and Kansas border and over north central Kansas. Mostly sunny
conditions were over the remainder of the area. The winds shifted
to the south and southwest and increased to 10 to 20 mph across
most of the area. A few gusts up to 30 mph occurred.

High temperatures were warmer than yesterday but how much warmer
depended on how much cloud cover was around. Where there was plenty
of sun temperatures climbed into the middle 30s to middle 40s.
Where the clouds persisted, high temperatures ranged from the
upper 20s to the lower 30s.

OUTLOOK... Skies will become mostly cloudy tonight across the
entire area and continue into tomorrow afternoon. Patchy freezing
fog will develop late this evening along and east of the Colorado
border. This fog will last into the mid and late morning hours on
Saturday. Along with some visibility restriction, slippery spots
will develop on area roadways and walkways.

It will be warmer tonight with overnight temperatures falling
into the teens which is near normal. High temperatures will be
warmer tomorrow. However there will be a wide range in those
temperatures. Highs will vary from the mid 40s to mid 50s along
and west of the Colorado border to the mid to upper 30s in extreme
southwest Nebraska and north central Kansas. This ranges from
about 5 degrees below normal to around 10 degrees above normal.

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