Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KGLD 132209

Regional Weather Summary for the High Plains
National Weather Service Goodland KS
309 PM MST Sat Jan 13 2018 /409 PM CST Sat Jan 13 2018/

Skies ranged from partly to mostly cloudy across the region
today with areas of fog observed this morning. Colder
temperatures and light south winds remained in place over north
central Kansas and south central Nebraska where early afternoon
temperatures were in the teens to lower 20s. On the other side of
a nearly stationary frontal boundary, much if eastern Colorado had
light west winds with temperatures in the upper 40s.


A few flurries may be observed over south central Nebraska and
north central Kansas overnight before the cold air moves out of
the region on Sunday. High temperatures will warm into the lower
40s to lower 50s during the day on Sunday with another cold front
expected to move into the area by early Monday. Light snow is
expected Sunday night into Monday morning. Low temperatures
Sunday night will change little during the day on Monday with
temperatures remaining in the teens to lower 20s. Much colder
temperatures are expected Monday night into Tuesday morning with
lows in the single digits around zero. Even with light winds
expected, wind chill values over south central Nebraska and north
central Kansas could be as low as 15 degrees below zero. Dry
conditions and gradually warming temperatures are expected through
the remainder of the work week.

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