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Cheyenne Wells, CO

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Sunrise 6:30AMSunset 9:07PM Monday July 13, 2020 7:07 AM CDT (12:07 UTC) Moonrise 12:45AMMoonset 1:47PM Illumination 44% Phase: Third Quarter Moon; Moon at 23 days in cycle
NOTE: Some of the data on this page has not been verified and should be used with that in mind. It may and occasionally will, be wrong. The tide reports are by xtide and are NOT FOR NAVIGATION.
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Cheyenne Wells, CO
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Area Discussion for - Goodland, KS
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Goodland KS 445 AM MDT Mon Jul 13 2020

SHORT TERM. (Today through Tuesday night) Issued at 445 AM MDT Mon Jul 13 2020

Synoptic Overview: Flow aloft will strengthen over the Central/Northern Rockies today as an upper level trough (presently situated in British Columbia) progresses eastward through Alberta into Saskatchewan. The aforementioned trough will amplify into a stalled /cut-off/ low over Saskatchewan/Manitoba Tonight and Tuesday -- maintaining broad cyclonic flow aloft over the Central- Northern Rockies and Northern Plains.

Today-Tonight: Strong insolation, differential heating, and strengthening /increasingly diffluent/ flow aloft are anticipated to aid in the development of diurnal convection along the Cheyenne Ridge, Palmer Divide, and much of the CO/WY Front Range early this afternoon (19-21Z). Strengthening westerly H7-H3 flow will steer convection eastward later this aft/eve -- into an environment characterized by very steep (8.5-9.0 C/km) mid-level lapse rates and increasingly rich low-level moisture (12-16C H85 Td's) with eastern extent into KS. Though some uncertainty no- doubt persists with regard to the precise evolution of convection later today -- the synoptic pattern and thermodynamic/kinematic environment strongly suggest that upstream convection will intensify and increase in coverage with eastern extent into Eastern CO late this afternoon (21-00Z), followed by further intensification and upscale growth into clusters and/or an MCS as activity progresses into Western KS/Southwest NE this evening (00-03Z). Isolated supercells capable of producing very large hail and damaging winds are anticipated to be the initial convective mode/hazards (west of Hwy 27 between 21-01Z), followed by an increasing potential for damaging . perhaps destructive. wind as convection grows upscale between 00-05Z -- particularly east of Hwy 27 and north of I-70 where cold pool consolidation /linear MCS development/ appears more likely to evolve.

Tue-Tue night: With broad cyclonic flow aloft and a continued moist/unstable airmass, diurnal convection is likely to develop upstream invof the Palmer Divide during the mid-late afternoon -- potentially growing upscale and progressing downstream into Western KS/Southwest NE during the late aft/eve hours. Thus, severe weather will remain possible over the majority of the Tri- State area.

LONG TERM. (Wednesday through Sunday) Issued at 207 AM MDT Mon Jul 13 2020

At the start of the period, an area of high pressure persists across the southern Plains with upper troughing across the northern half of the CONUS. On Wednesday, a stationary front lingers to the south as a weak disturbance moves through the nearly zonal flow over the High Plains. This wave sparks some chances for showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening. A few strong to severe storms will be possible south of Interstate 70 in eastern Colorado near a weak surface low. If severe storms are able to develop, large hail and damaging winds will be the main threats.

Additional storm chances return to the forecast on Thursday when another disturbance ejects from the Rockies along the northern periphery of the high pressure.

Drier air moves into the area for Friday and Saturday, and dry weather is anticipated. Relative humidity values are expected to fall as low as 15 to 20 percent in eastern Colorado both afternoons. Fortunately, winds look to stay around 10 to 15 mph, but will continue to monitor.

Chances for thunderstorms cannot be ruled out again late Saturday and on Sunday. High pressure looks to prevail over the southern states during this time, with a series of shortwaves working their way from the desert southwest to the central Plains.

High temperatures in the low/mid 80s are forecast on Wednesday behind Tuesday's frontal passage. A warming trend is expected thereafter with highs in the low/mid 90s on Thursday, and near 100 degrees on Friday when the cold front returns north as a warm front. Saturday looks to be a few degrees warmer than Friday, with the region back down in the 90s on Sunday. Low temperatures mainly range in the 60s to mid 70s during the period.

AVIATION. (For the 12Z TAFS through 12Z Tuesday morning) Issued at 445 AM MDT Mon Jul 13 2020

VFR conditions will prevail through mid-late afternoon. S-SSW winds at 10-15 knots this morning will increase to 15-20 knots by early afternoon. Scattered thunderstorms developing upstream in CO/WY and Western NE early this afternoon will increase in coverage and intensity as they track eastward through the Tri- State area late this aft/eve. At the GLD terminal, thunderstorms are most likely to occur in the 22-03Z time frame. At the MCK terminal, thunderstorms are most likely to occur in the 00-05Z time frame. Severe storms capable of producing large hail and surface wind gusts to 65 KT may potentially impact both terminals in the aforementioned time frames -- and extreme turbulence can be expected invof any storms this aft/eve. Thunderstorms are anticipated to progress east of the region /exit/ by Midnight MDT.

GLD WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES. KS . NONE. CO . NONE. NE . NONE.

SHORT TERM . VINCENT LONG TERM . JBH AVIATION . VINCENT


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Airport Reports
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Burlington - Carson County Airport, CO24 mi74 minSSW 18 G 2610.00 miFair and Breezy69°F62°F78%1008.3 hPa

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