A potent upper level storm system moved across the Central High Plains bringing yet another round of winter weather to the area on December 27th. A band of snow formed along a line from Yuma, Colorado to Tribune, Kansas with some locations receiving as much as 10 inches of accumulation. Eastern portions of the area received generally an inch or less. Below is a graphical display of snowfall totals across the area. Click on the image for a larger version. Please note some of the snowfall totals are courtesy of CoCoRAHS and the Nebraska Rainfall Assessment and Information Network (NERAIN).
With the 2.8" recorded at the National Weather Service office in Goodland,
14.2" of snowfall has been received in December 2007. This puts us at the 10th snowiest December on record.