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Regional Weather Summary for the High Plains
National Weather Service Goodland KS
152 PM MST Sun Feb 19 2017 /252 PM CST Sun Feb 19 2017/

A broken to overcast sky was seen across the Tri-State Region this
afternoon.  Temperatures were in the upper 60s to low 70s.  South
winds were breezy to windy, with gusts at several locations reaching
40 MPH.

OUTLOOK... Tonight isolated thunderstorms may develop over the
eastern part of the region, but most of the storm activity will
either be to the east or north.  Winds will be breezy through most
of the evening then become light as they turn from the south to the
west. Overnight a weak cold front will move through after the wind
shift.  Lows will be similar to last night with readings only
falling into the upper 30s and mid 40s. This similar to what the
normal highs should be for this time of year.

Monday northwest winds will increase, reaching a peak by noon. Gusts
up to 35 MPH can be expected.  The winds will gradually decline in
the afternoon.  Highs will be cooler than today, only reaching the
mid to upper 60s.  The gusty winds and low relative humidity may
lead to critical fire weather conditions for locations west of a
Trenton Nebraska to Colby and Russell Springs line.

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JTL



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