Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KGLD 151101

Regional Weather Summary for the High Plains
National Weather Service Goodland KS
401 AM MST Mon Jan 15 2018 /501 AM CST Mon Jan 15 2018/

A band of light snow moved from southwest Nebraska into eastern
Colorado and northwest Kansas early this morning. Winds were generally
out of the northeast 10 to 15 mph, with occasional gusts to 30 mph.
Temperatures at 4 AM MST (5 AM CST) ranged from 20 degrees at
McCook, Nebraska to 28 degrees near Kit Carson, Colorado.

OUTLOOK... Light snow will come to an end this morning as an arctic
front pushes south of the Tri-State Region, with less than one inch
of accumulation possible by midday. Temperatures will hold steady or
fall through the day, with highs in the teens and 20s. Very cold air
will continue to wash over the region, and overnight lows are
expected to fall below zero. Dangerous wind chills will develop this
evening and continue through Tuesday morning, with values -15 to -

A gradual warming trend begins Wednesday, with highs in the 60s
expected Friday. Another cold front and period of wintry weather
is possible Saturday night and Sunday, and this could lead to
travel impacts over parts of the Central High Plains.

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