SNOW RETURNS - January 20-21, 2007


Snow Returns To
The Tri-State Area

January 20-21, 2007


National Weather Service
Goodland, Kansas

The secondary trough will keep light snow and breezy conditions in the region through Sunday night.

Those planning on traveling across the High Plains region should closely monitor later forecasts and outlooks for the latest information from the National Weather Service.

Experimental Snowfall Graphic


Graphical Overview

 
 SNOWFALL TOTALS LISTED BELOW ARE AS OF 7:00 AM MST AND ARE NOT
NECESSARILY THE FINAL AMOUNT FOR EACH LOCATION.


SNOW REPORTS LISTED BY AMOUNT

INCHES  LOCATION                 ST  COUNTY           TIME
------  -----------------------  --  --------------   -------
  8.00   4 W OAKLEY               KS  LOGAN            0816 PM
  8.00   OAKLEY                   KS  LOGAN            0700 AM
  8.00   HOXIE                    KS  SHERIDAN         0700 AM
  8.00   2 N DENSMORE             KS  NORTON           0700 AM
  7.50   5 E MINGO                KS  THOMAS           0700 AM
  7.00   3 N RUSSELL SPRINGS      KS  LOGAN            0700 AM
  7.00   1 NE COLBY               KS  THOMAS           0720 PM
  7.00   4 NE KIRK                CO  YUMA             0700 AM
  6.70   GRAINFIELD               KS  GOVE             0700 AM
  6.50   COLBY                    KS  THOMAS           0900 PM
  6.40   1 SE LEOTI               KS  WICHITA          0700 AM
  6.30   GOODLAND                 KS  SHERMAN          0700 AM
                 OFFICIAL NWS OBSSERVATION
  6.00   COLBY                    KS  THOMAS           0720 PM
  6.00   15 S TASCO               KS  SHERIDAN         0700 PM
  6.00   GOVE                     KS  GOVE             0518 PM
                 VERY LOW VISIBILITY REPORTED
  6.00   4 W BREWSTER             KS  SHERMAN          0700 AM
  5.90   WALLACE                  KS  WALLACE          0700 AM
  5.70   GOODLAND CITY            KS  SHERMAN          0700 AM
  5.40   BENKELMAN                NE  DUNDY            0800 AM
  5.00   HILL CITY                KS  GRAHAM           0630 PM
  5.00   GRINNELL                 KS  GOVE             0408 PM
                 4 TO 5 INCHES OF SNOW REPORTED IN GRINNELL
  5.00   DRESDEN                  KS  DECATUR          0700 AM
  5.00   WRAY                     CO  YUMA             0700 AM
  5.00   CULBERTSON               NE  HITCHCOCK        0700 AM
  4.00   13 NNE TRIBUNE           KS  GREELEY          0700 AM
  4.00   IDALIA                   CO  YUMA             0700 AM
  4.00   16 NNW FLAGLER           CO  KIT CARSON       0700 AM
  4.00   6 N WILDHORSE            CO  CHEYENNE         0700 AM
  3.00   ST. FRANCIS              KS  CHEYENNE         0750 PM
  3.00   VONA                     CO  KIT CARSON       0630 PM
  3.00   TRIBUNE                  KS  GREELEY          0330 PM
  3.00   9 NNE KIT CARSON         CO  CHEYENNE         0700 AM
  2.00   YUMA                     CO  YUMA             0700 AM
  1.00   ATWOOD                   KS  RAWLINS          0320 PM
  0.50   MCDONALD                 KS  RAWLINS          0700 AM

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