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High Plains Drifter


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December 19, 2006

SW KS Winter Storm Dec 19-20 [post 4]

Filed under: Dec 19-20, 2006,General Weather & Forecasting — Mike U @ 3:28 pm

So close, yet so far away…

 Well, here in Dodge City, after our morning light freezing rain shower, the temperature rose steadily throughout the morning and afternoon to the mid 30s…melting away all the ice.  As it appears now, we will see mainly plain-old cold 33° to 35°F rain.  For a winter weather weenie junkie… this is as bad as it gets!!!  The upper storm is just too strong and too far to the west…encompassing too much low level warm air… the pre-existing remnant cold airmass that was in place yesterday was just not cold enough for here in Dodge City…. but….

 Just west of here it is a mess.  Widespread freezing rain with temperatures between 28° and 31°F in areas like Liberal, Hugoton, Elkhart, Dalhart, Boise City.  The ice accumulation will be significant in these areas tonight as tremendous lifting of very rich low level moisture will really get going tonight.

Snow?  Try the Cheyenne Ridge.  Two feet expected and the Cheyenne office is going to issue a Blizzard Warning for the Cheyenne Ridge area… amazing.  So in the span of about 2 and a half weeks… I will get shafted twice!!  …once to the east (the Ozark Winter Storm of Nov 30th) and once to the north-northwest.  One foot of snow accumulation will probably get as close as east-central Colorado….  I’ll keep ya posted… it’s quite a fascinating storm.

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