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000
NOUS43 KGLD 201200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT SEP 20 2014

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1995, THE EARLIEST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL ON RECORD OCCURRED IN
GOODLAND, KANSAS, WITH 3.8 INCHES. IN EASTERN COLORADO, HEAVY SNOW
UP TO 10 INCHES SNAPPED TREE BRANCHES AND POWER LINES, AND CAUSED
EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO IMMATURE CROPS. SNOW AMOUNTS INCLUDED 10 INCHES
AT JOES AND IDALIA AND 7 INCHES AT BONNY RESERVOIR.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 201200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT SEP 20 2014

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1995, THE EARLIEST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL ON RECORD OCCURRED IN
GOODLAND, KANSAS, WITH 3.8 INCHES. IN EASTERN COLORADO, HEAVY SNOW
UP TO 10 INCHES SNAPPED TREE BRANCHES AND POWER LINES, AND CAUSED
EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO IMMATURE CROPS. SNOW AMOUNTS INCLUDED 10 INCHES
AT JOES AND IDALIA AND 7 INCHES AT BONNY RESERVOIR.

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000
SXUS43 KTOP 201137
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
637 AM CDT SAT SEP 20 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z SUNDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 625 AM CDT SAT SEP 20 2014

MVFR VIS IS EXPECT TO CONTINUE FOR ABOUT AN HOUR BEFORE THE
DAYTIME MIXING BEGINS. MOST OF THE GUIDANCE IS BRINGING THE FRONT
INTO THE TAF SITES LATER THIS AFTERNOON. IT IS THEN THE CAP WILL
BE WEAK AND CONVERGENCE SHOULD ALLOW FOR ISOLATED TO SCATTERED
DEVELOPMENT. FORCING IS WEAK THEREFORE STORM COVERAGE DOES NOT
APPEAR WIDESPREAD AT THIS POINT, AND HAVE KEPT THE VCTS IN THE
TAFS FOR THAT REASON. BRIEF HEAVY RAIN AND GUSTY WINDS WILL BE
POSSIBLE WITH ANY STORM.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         708 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  210/08 MPH
                                     9 AM  230/10 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 603 AM):        200FT  212/12 MPH
                                      400FT  216/19 MPH
                                      600FT  221/28 MPH
                                      800FT  226/37 MPH
                                     1000FT  234/47 MPH
                                     1500FT  241/44 MPH
                                     2000FT  249/38 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT  ):       / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT  ):       / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT  ):       / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  2176 FT
                                     9 AM  2503 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:         723 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   5 PM  270/07 MPH
                    7 PM  270/06 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

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000
SXUS43 KTOP 201126
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
06:24 2014/09/20
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS / 66 TO 70

ROADS / NORMAL THE ENTIRE ROUTE




000
SXUS43 KTOP 201126
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
06:24 2014/09/20
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS / 66 TO 70

ROADS / NORMAL THE ENTIRE ROUTE



000
SXUS43 KTOP 201031
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/09/20
NWSSWI
NORTHWEST REGION
TEMP 65-67
SKIES CLEAR
ROADS NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 201031
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/09/20
NWSSWI
NORTHWEST REGION
TEMP 65-67
SKIES CLEAR
ROADS NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 201031
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/09/20
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMP: 71
ROADS: NORMAL
SKIES: CLEAR




000
SXUS43 KTOP 201031
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/09/20
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMP: 71
ROADS: NORMAL
SKIES: CLEAR



000
SXUS43 KTOP 201030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:28 2014/09/20
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS/  68-71

SKIES/  CLEAR

ROADS/  NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 201030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:28 2014/09/20
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS/  68-71

SKIES/  CLEAR

ROADS/  NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 201025
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:23 2014/09/20
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMP 70    ROADS NORMAL    SKIES PARTLY CLOUDY



000
SXUS43 KTOP 201025
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:23 2014/09/20
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMP 70    ROADS NORMAL    SKIES PARTLY CLOUDY



000
SXUS43 KTOP 201025
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:23 2014/09/20
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMP 70    ROADS NORMAL    SKIES PARTLY CLOUDY



000
SXUS43 KTOP 201025
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:23 2014/09/20
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMP 70    ROADS NORMAL    SKIES PARTLY CLOUDY



000
SXUS43 KTOP 200502
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1202 AM CDT SAT SEP 20 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 06Z TAFS THROUGH 06Z SATURDAY NIGHT)
ISSUED AT 1146 PM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

VISIBILITY IS EXPECTED TO DECREASE THROUGH 12Z ALTHOUGH MUCH BETTER
THAN PREVIOUS NIGHTS AS PERSISTENT SSW WINDS AND MID CLOUDS SHOULD
KEEP VIS ABOVE 3SM. FOE MAY HAVE THE BEST CHANCE FOR BRIEF IFR
VIS BETWEEN 09Z AND 12Z, WHILE MHK SEEMS LIKELY TO REMAIN VFR AND
PERHAPS APPROACH MVFR BY 12Z. WINDS MAY GUST A BIT BETWEEN 14Z AND
16Z BUT SHOULD BECOME STEADY IN THE 11-15 KT RANGE BY LATE
MORNING. A FRONT WILL APPROACH TAF SITES BY AROUND 22Z WITH
SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS POTENTIALLY DEVELOPING. DO NOT EXPECT
WIDESPREAD COVERAGE, BUT ALL TAF SITES WILL SEE A CHANCE OF TS
MAINLY BETWEEN 22Z AND 02Z.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         707 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  220/08 MPH
                                     9 AM  230/09 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 608 PM):        200FT  176/17 MPH
                                      400FT  172/21 MPH
                                      600FT  173/22 MPH
                                      800FT  173/21 MPH
                                     1000FT  177/20 MPH
                                     1500FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2000FT  195/26 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT  ):       / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT  ):       / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT  ):       / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  2099 FT
                                     9 AM  2500 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:         724 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   5 PM  260/08 MPH
                    7 PM  270/06 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$







000
SXUS43 KTOP 200502
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1202 AM CDT SAT SEP 20 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 06Z TAFS THROUGH 06Z SATURDAY NIGHT)
ISSUED AT 1146 PM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

VISIBILITY IS EXPECTED TO DECREASE THROUGH 12Z ALTHOUGH MUCH BETTER
THAN PREVIOUS NIGHTS AS PERSISTENT SSW WINDS AND MID CLOUDS SHOULD
KEEP VIS ABOVE 3SM. FOE MAY HAVE THE BEST CHANCE FOR BRIEF IFR
VIS BETWEEN 09Z AND 12Z, WHILE MHK SEEMS LIKELY TO REMAIN VFR AND
PERHAPS APPROACH MVFR BY 12Z. WINDS MAY GUST A BIT BETWEEN 14Z AND
16Z BUT SHOULD BECOME STEADY IN THE 11-15 KT RANGE BY LATE
MORNING. A FRONT WILL APPROACH TAF SITES BY AROUND 22Z WITH
SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS POTENTIALLY DEVELOPING. DO NOT EXPECT
WIDESPREAD COVERAGE, BUT ALL TAF SITES WILL SEE A CHANCE OF TS
MAINLY BETWEEN 22Z AND 02Z.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         707 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  220/08 MPH
                                     9 AM  230/09 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 608 PM):        200FT  176/17 MPH
                                      400FT  172/21 MPH
                                      600FT  173/22 MPH
                                      800FT  173/21 MPH
                                     1000FT  177/20 MPH
                                     1500FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2000FT  195/26 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT  ):       / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT  ):       / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT  ):       / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH
                                     FT  / MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  2099 FT
                                     9 AM  2500 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:         724 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   5 PM  260/08 MPH
                    7 PM  270/06 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$








000
SXUS43 KTOP 192352
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
652 PM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 00Z TAFS THROUGH 00Z SATURDAY EVENING)
ISSUED AT 631 PM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

THE MAJOR OPERATIONAL IMPACTS DURING THIS TAF PERIOD ARE RELATED
TO THE CIGS AND VIS. WITH NO MAJOR AIRMASS CHANGE OVER THE NEXT
12-18 HRS EXPECTED, CURRENT FORECAST IS CONCERNED WITH THE LOWER
VIS AND CIGS WORKING INTO TERMINALS BY EARLY MORNING BEFORE
LIFTING BY MID MORNING TIME FRAME. CURRENTLY, MVFR TO IFR
CONDITIONS IS NOT RESTRICTING PLANNING OPS BUT THERE IS SOME
POTENTIAL THAT MAY WORK ITS WAY BACK INTO THE TAF BUT RIGHT NOW
CONFIDENCE IS ON THE LOWER END THAT ACTUAL CONDITIONS WILL DEGRADE
TO THE MVFR/IFR LEVEL. AS WE PROGRESS THROUGH THE TAF PERIOD,
THERE ARE SOME SMALL CHANCES FOR GENERAL SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS TO WORK INTO THE AREA MAKING IT TO THE I-70
CORRIDOR MAINLY AFTER 18Z. AGAIN, CONFIDENCE IS LOW RELATED TO THIS
ACTIVITY DEVELOPING AS A COLD FRONT PUSHES INTO THE AREA. TIMING
WILL BE A KEY FACTOR AS WE APPROACH THE LAST 6 HRS OF THE TAF
PERIOD.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          724 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 PM  180/10 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 608 PM):        200FT  176/17 MPH
                                      400FT  172/21 MPH
                                      600FT  173/22 MPH
                                      800FT  173/21 MPH
                                     1000FT  177/20 MPH
                                     1500FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2000FT  195/26 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 175/13 MPH
                                       45FT  175/16 MPH
                                      204FT  176/18 MPH
                                      485FT  176/19 MPH
                                      905FT  177/19 MPH
                                     1447FT  177/19 MPH
                                     2104FT  178/19 MPH
                                     2835FT  180/19 MPH
                                     3647FT  210/17 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 181/15 MPH
                                       39FT  181/20 MPH
                                      200FT  181/23 MPH
                                      480FT  181/24 MPH
                                      895FT  181/25 MPH
                                     1439FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2092FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2825FT  186/22 MPH
                                     3633FT  215/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 183/15 MPH
                                       42FT  184/21 MPH
                                      202FT  184/24 MPH
                                      479FT  184/27 MPH
                                      890FT  181/25 MPH
                                     1439FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2092FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2825FT  186/22 MPH
                                     3633FT  215/18 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 PM  3137 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        708 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  210/07 MPH
                    9 AM  220/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$







000
SXUS43 KTOP 192352
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
652 PM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 00Z TAFS THROUGH 00Z SATURDAY EVENING)
ISSUED AT 631 PM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

THE MAJOR OPERATIONAL IMPACTS DURING THIS TAF PERIOD ARE RELATED
TO THE CIGS AND VIS. WITH NO MAJOR AIRMASS CHANGE OVER THE NEXT
12-18 HRS EXPECTED, CURRENT FORECAST IS CONCERNED WITH THE LOWER
VIS AND CIGS WORKING INTO TERMINALS BY EARLY MORNING BEFORE
LIFTING BY MID MORNING TIME FRAME. CURRENTLY, MVFR TO IFR
CONDITIONS IS NOT RESTRICTING PLANNING OPS BUT THERE IS SOME
POTENTIAL THAT MAY WORK ITS WAY BACK INTO THE TAF BUT RIGHT NOW
CONFIDENCE IS ON THE LOWER END THAT ACTUAL CONDITIONS WILL DEGRADE
TO THE MVFR/IFR LEVEL. AS WE PROGRESS THROUGH THE TAF PERIOD,
THERE ARE SOME SMALL CHANCES FOR GENERAL SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS TO WORK INTO THE AREA MAKING IT TO THE I-70
CORRIDOR MAINLY AFTER 18Z. AGAIN, CONFIDENCE IS LOW RELATED TO THIS
ACTIVITY DEVELOPING AS A COLD FRONT PUSHES INTO THE AREA. TIMING
WILL BE A KEY FACTOR AS WE APPROACH THE LAST 6 HRS OF THE TAF
PERIOD.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          724 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 PM  180/10 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 608 PM):        200FT  176/17 MPH
                                      400FT  172/21 MPH
                                      600FT  173/22 MPH
                                      800FT  173/21 MPH
                                     1000FT  177/20 MPH
                                     1500FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2000FT  195/26 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 175/13 MPH
                                       45FT  175/16 MPH
                                      204FT  176/18 MPH
                                      485FT  176/19 MPH
                                      905FT  177/19 MPH
                                     1447FT  177/19 MPH
                                     2104FT  178/19 MPH
                                     2835FT  180/19 MPH
                                     3647FT  210/17 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 181/15 MPH
                                       39FT  181/20 MPH
                                      200FT  181/23 MPH
                                      480FT  181/24 MPH
                                      895FT  181/25 MPH
                                     1439FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2092FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2825FT  186/22 MPH
                                     3633FT  215/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 183/15 MPH
                                       42FT  184/21 MPH
                                      202FT  184/24 MPH
                                      479FT  184/27 MPH
                                      890FT  181/25 MPH
                                     1439FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2092FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2825FT  186/22 MPH
                                     3633FT  215/18 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 PM  3137 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        708 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  210/07 MPH
                    9 AM  220/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$







000
SXUS43 KTOP 192352
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
652 PM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 00Z TAFS THROUGH 00Z SATURDAY EVENING)
ISSUED AT 631 PM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

THE MAJOR OPERATIONAL IMPACTS DURING THIS TAF PERIOD ARE RELATED
TO THE CIGS AND VIS. WITH NO MAJOR AIRMASS CHANGE OVER THE NEXT
12-18 HRS EXPECTED, CURRENT FORECAST IS CONCERNED WITH THE LOWER
VIS AND CIGS WORKING INTO TERMINALS BY EARLY MORNING BEFORE
LIFTING BY MID MORNING TIME FRAME. CURRENTLY, MVFR TO IFR
CONDITIONS IS NOT RESTRICTING PLANNING OPS BUT THERE IS SOME
POTENTIAL THAT MAY WORK ITS WAY BACK INTO THE TAF BUT RIGHT NOW
CONFIDENCE IS ON THE LOWER END THAT ACTUAL CONDITIONS WILL DEGRADE
TO THE MVFR/IFR LEVEL. AS WE PROGRESS THROUGH THE TAF PERIOD,
THERE ARE SOME SMALL CHANCES FOR GENERAL SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS TO WORK INTO THE AREA MAKING IT TO THE I-70
CORRIDOR MAINLY AFTER 18Z. AGAIN, CONFIDENCE IS LOW RELATED TO THIS
ACTIVITY DEVELOPING AS A COLD FRONT PUSHES INTO THE AREA. TIMING
WILL BE A KEY FACTOR AS WE APPROACH THE LAST 6 HRS OF THE TAF
PERIOD.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          724 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 PM  180/10 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 608 PM):        200FT  176/17 MPH
                                      400FT  172/21 MPH
                                      600FT  173/22 MPH
                                      800FT  173/21 MPH
                                     1000FT  177/20 MPH
                                     1500FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2000FT  195/26 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 175/13 MPH
                                       45FT  175/16 MPH
                                      204FT  176/18 MPH
                                      485FT  176/19 MPH
                                      905FT  177/19 MPH
                                     1447FT  177/19 MPH
                                     2104FT  178/19 MPH
                                     2835FT  180/19 MPH
                                     3647FT  210/17 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 181/15 MPH
                                       39FT  181/20 MPH
                                      200FT  181/23 MPH
                                      480FT  181/24 MPH
                                      895FT  181/25 MPH
                                     1439FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2092FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2825FT  186/22 MPH
                                     3633FT  215/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 183/15 MPH
                                       42FT  184/21 MPH
                                      202FT  184/24 MPH
                                      479FT  184/27 MPH
                                      890FT  181/25 MPH
                                     1439FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2092FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2825FT  186/22 MPH
                                     3633FT  215/18 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 PM  3137 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        708 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  210/07 MPH
                    9 AM  220/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$







000
SXUS43 KTOP 192352
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
652 PM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 00Z TAFS THROUGH 00Z SATURDAY EVENING)
ISSUED AT 631 PM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

THE MAJOR OPERATIONAL IMPACTS DURING THIS TAF PERIOD ARE RELATED
TO THE CIGS AND VIS. WITH NO MAJOR AIRMASS CHANGE OVER THE NEXT
12-18 HRS EXPECTED, CURRENT FORECAST IS CONCERNED WITH THE LOWER
VIS AND CIGS WORKING INTO TERMINALS BY EARLY MORNING BEFORE
LIFTING BY MID MORNING TIME FRAME. CURRENTLY, MVFR TO IFR
CONDITIONS IS NOT RESTRICTING PLANNING OPS BUT THERE IS SOME
POTENTIAL THAT MAY WORK ITS WAY BACK INTO THE TAF BUT RIGHT NOW
CONFIDENCE IS ON THE LOWER END THAT ACTUAL CONDITIONS WILL DEGRADE
TO THE MVFR/IFR LEVEL. AS WE PROGRESS THROUGH THE TAF PERIOD,
THERE ARE SOME SMALL CHANCES FOR GENERAL SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS TO WORK INTO THE AREA MAKING IT TO THE I-70
CORRIDOR MAINLY AFTER 18Z. AGAIN, CONFIDENCE IS LOW RELATED TO THIS
ACTIVITY DEVELOPING AS A COLD FRONT PUSHES INTO THE AREA. TIMING
WILL BE A KEY FACTOR AS WE APPROACH THE LAST 6 HRS OF THE TAF
PERIOD.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          724 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 PM  180/10 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 608 PM):        200FT  176/17 MPH
                                      400FT  172/21 MPH
                                      600FT  173/22 MPH
                                      800FT  173/21 MPH
                                     1000FT  177/20 MPH
                                     1500FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2000FT  195/26 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 175/13 MPH
                                       45FT  175/16 MPH
                                      204FT  176/18 MPH
                                      485FT  176/19 MPH
                                      905FT  177/19 MPH
                                     1447FT  177/19 MPH
                                     2104FT  178/19 MPH
                                     2835FT  180/19 MPH
                                     3647FT  210/17 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 181/15 MPH
                                       39FT  181/20 MPH
                                      200FT  181/23 MPH
                                      480FT  181/24 MPH
                                      895FT  181/25 MPH
                                     1439FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2092FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2825FT  186/22 MPH
                                     3633FT  215/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 183/15 MPH
                                       42FT  184/21 MPH
                                      202FT  184/24 MPH
                                      479FT  184/27 MPH
                                      890FT  181/25 MPH
                                     1439FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2092FT  181/25 MPH
                                     2825FT  186/22 MPH
                                     3633FT  215/18 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 PM  3137 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        708 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  210/07 MPH
                    9 AM  220/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$







000
SXUS43 KTOP 192052
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:50 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMP:  72-77
SKIES: FAIR
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 192052
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:50 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMP:  72-77
SKIES: FAIR
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 192037
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:35 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMPS: 76-85
SKIES: SUNNY-FAIR
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 192030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:28 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS/ 84 - 90
SKIES/ FAIR
ROADS/ CLEAR



000
SXUS43 KTOP 192030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:27 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
ROADS:NORMAL
TEMPS:72-86



000
SXUS43 KTOP 192030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:28 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS/ 84 - 90
SKIES/ FAIR
ROADS/ CLEAR




000
SXUS43 KTOP 192029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:26 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP: 88
SKIES: PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 192029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:26 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP: 88
SKIES: PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 192029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:26 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP: 88
SKIES: PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 192029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:26 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP: 88
SKIES: PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 192026
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:24 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST REGION
TEMP: 88 - 90 DEGREES
SKIES: PARTLY CLOUDY AND BREEZY
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 192026
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:24 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST REGION
TEMP: 88 - 90 DEGREES
SKIES: PARTLY CLOUDY AND BREEZY
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 191738
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1238 PM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z SATURDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1236 PM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

CURRENT IFR/LIFR CEILINGS AT TOP/FOE SHOULD CLEAR OUT BY 19Z.  VFR
CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED THROUGHOUT THE REST OF TODAY AND THIS
EVENING.  GUIDANCE SUGGESTS THE POSSIBILITY FOR ANOTHER ROUND OF
LOWER VISIBILITIES/CEILINGS BETWEEN 11Z AND 15Z AT TOP AND FOE,
WHICH HAS BEEN INTRODUCED INTO THIS TAF PACKAGE.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          724 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           5 PM  180/13 MPH
                                     7 PM  170/10 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 605 AM):        200FT  157/08 MPH
                                      400FT  166/13 MPH
                                      600FT  171/19 MPH
                                      800FT  176/24 MPH
                                     1000FT  192/24 MPH
                                     1500FT  214/21 MPH
                                     2000FT  212/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 184/14 MPH
                                       54FT  184/17 MPH
                                      216FT  185/19 MPH
                                      497FT  186/20 MPH
                                      914FT  187/21 MPH
                                     1460FT  188/22 MPH
                                     2117FT  191/22 MPH
                                     2850FT  205/23 MPH
                                     3663FT  219/22 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 178/13 MPH
                                       54FT  178/17 MPH
                                      216FT  179/20 MPH
                                      497FT  180/21 MPH
                                      914FT  181/23 MPH
                                     1459FT  183/23 MPH
                                     2120FT  194/23 MPH
                                     2851FT  213/23 MPH
                                     3666FT  227/23 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 177/11 MPH
                                       51FT  178/19 MPH
                                      212FT  179/22 MPH
                                      492FT  180/26 MPH
                                      908FT  181/23 MPH
                                     1459FT  183/23 MPH
                                     2120FT  194/23 MPH
                                     2851FT  213/23 MPH
                                     3666FT  227/23 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                5 PM  3339 FT
                                     7 PM  3154 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        708 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  200/07 MPH
                    9 AM  220/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$







000
SXUS43 KTOP 191738
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1238 PM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z SATURDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1236 PM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

CURRENT IFR/LIFR CEILINGS AT TOP/FOE SHOULD CLEAR OUT BY 19Z.  VFR
CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED THROUGHOUT THE REST OF TODAY AND THIS
EVENING.  GUIDANCE SUGGESTS THE POSSIBILITY FOR ANOTHER ROUND OF
LOWER VISIBILITIES/CEILINGS BETWEEN 11Z AND 15Z AT TOP AND FOE,
WHICH HAS BEEN INTRODUCED INTO THIS TAF PACKAGE.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          724 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           5 PM  180/13 MPH
                                     7 PM  170/10 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 605 AM):        200FT  157/08 MPH
                                      400FT  166/13 MPH
                                      600FT  171/19 MPH
                                      800FT  176/24 MPH
                                     1000FT  192/24 MPH
                                     1500FT  214/21 MPH
                                     2000FT  212/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 184/14 MPH
                                       54FT  184/17 MPH
                                      216FT  185/19 MPH
                                      497FT  186/20 MPH
                                      914FT  187/21 MPH
                                     1460FT  188/22 MPH
                                     2117FT  191/22 MPH
                                     2850FT  205/23 MPH
                                     3663FT  219/22 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 178/13 MPH
                                       54FT  178/17 MPH
                                      216FT  179/20 MPH
                                      497FT  180/21 MPH
                                      914FT  181/23 MPH
                                     1459FT  183/23 MPH
                                     2120FT  194/23 MPH
                                     2851FT  213/23 MPH
                                     3666FT  227/23 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 177/11 MPH
                                       51FT  178/19 MPH
                                      212FT  179/22 MPH
                                      492FT  180/26 MPH
                                      908FT  181/23 MPH
                                     1459FT  183/23 MPH
                                     2120FT  194/23 MPH
                                     2851FT  213/23 MPH
                                     3666FT  227/23 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                5 PM  3339 FT
                                     7 PM  3154 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        708 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  200/07 MPH
                    9 AM  220/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$








000
SXUS43 KTOP 191718
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
12:16 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMP 66-74
SKIES MOSTLY CLOUDY
ROADS NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 191718
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
12:16 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMP 66-74
SKIES MOSTLY CLOUDY
ROADS NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 191640
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:38 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
KC METRO
TEMP    64-67
SKIES   OVERCAST
ROADS




000
SXUS43 KTOP 191640
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:38 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
KC METRO
TEMP    64-67
SKIES   OVERCAST
ROADS   NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 191640
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:38 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
KC METRO
TEMP    64-67
SKIES   OVERCAST
ROADS   NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 191639
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:37 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
NORTHWEST REGION
 TEMP: 79
SKIES: CLEAR
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 191630
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:27 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
KANSAS TURNPIKE
TEMP 69 TO 88, ROADWAY NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 191630
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:27 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
KANSAS TURNPIKE
TEMP 69 TO 88, ROADWAY NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 191628
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:27 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION

TEMPS 68-76
SKIES HAZE/BROKEN CLOUDS
ROADS NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 191628
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:27 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION

TEMPS 68-76
SKIES HAZE/BROKEN CLOUDS
ROADS NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 191626
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:24 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST REGION
TEMPS/ 75-77
SKIES/ FAIR
ROADS/ NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 191626
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:24 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST REGION
TEMPS/ 75-77
SKIES/ FAIR
ROADS/ NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 191624
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:22 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP 78-83
ROADS NORMAL
SKIES FAIR



000
SXUS43 KTOP 191624
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:22 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP 78-83
ROADS NORMAL
SKIES FAIR



000
SXUS43 KTOP 191624
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:22 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP 78-83
ROADS NORMAL
SKIES FAIR



000
SXUS43 KTOP 191624
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:22 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP 78-83
ROADS NORMAL
SKIES FAIR



000
SXUS43 KTOP 191622
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:20 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION

 TEMPS  72-74
 SKIES  CLEAR
 ROADS  NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 191622
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:20 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION

 TEMPS  72-74
 SKIES  CLEAR
 ROADS  NORMAL


  [top]

000
NWUS53 KICT 191416
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
916 AM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       MADISON                 38.13N 96.14W
09/19/2014  M3.73 INCH       GREENWOOD          KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER MEASURES 3.73 INCHES IN THE LAST 24
            HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       2 E CASSODAY            38.04N 96.60W
09/19/2014  M1.76 INCH       BUTLER             KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 1.76 INCHES OF RAIN IN THE
            PAST 24 HOURS.


&&

$$

VJP



000
NWUS53 KICT 191416
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
916 AM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       MADISON                 38.13N 96.14W
09/19/2014  M3.73 INCH       GREENWOOD          KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER MEASURES 3.73 INCHES IN THE LAST 24
            HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       2 E CASSODAY            38.04N 96.60W
09/19/2014  M1.76 INCH       BUTLER             KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 1.76 INCHES OF RAIN IN THE
            PAST 24 HOURS.


&&

$$

VJP




000
NWUS53 KICT 191334
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
834 AM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0825 AM     DENSE FOG        SEDAN                   37.13N 96.18W
09/19/2014                   CHAUTAUQUA         KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            LAW ENFORCEMENT REPORTS AN AREA OF DENSE FOG WITH
            VISIBILITIES LESS THAN 100 YARDS ON HIGHWAY 166 FROM
            CEDAR VALE TO SEDAN.


&&

$$

VJP



000
NWUS53 KICT 191334
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
834 AM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0825 AM     DENSE FOG        SEDAN                   37.13N 96.18W
09/19/2014                   CHAUTAUQUA         KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            LAW ENFORCEMENT REPORTS AN AREA OF DENSE FOG WITH
            VISIBILITIES LESS THAN 100 YARDS ON HIGHWAY 166 FROM
            CEDAR VALE TO SEDAN.


&&

$$

VJP




000
NOUS43 KGLD 191200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI SEP 19 2014

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2007, AFTERNOON THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED SEVERE HAIL AND LOCALLY HEAVY
RAINFALL ACROSS GOVE COUNTY IN NORTHWEST KANSAS.  HAIL BETWEEN THE SIZE
OF QUARTERS AND HALF DOLLARS WAS REPORTED IN GRINNELL. DESPITE THE HEAVY
RAINFALL, NO FLOODING WAS REPORTED.

$$




000
NOUS43 KGLD 191200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI SEP 19 2014

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2007, AFTERNOON THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED SEVERE HAIL AND LOCALLY HEAVY
RAINFALL ACROSS GOVE COUNTY IN NORTHWEST KANSAS.  HAIL BETWEEN THE SIZE
OF QUARTERS AND HALF DOLLARS WAS REPORTED IN GRINNELL. DESPITE THE HEAVY
RAINFALL, NO FLOODING WAS REPORTED.

$$



000
SXUS43 KTOP 191121
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
621 AM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z SATURDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 614 AM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

THERE IS GOOD AGREEMENT THAT THE IFR STRATUS WILL MOVE EAST AND
SCATTER OUT LATER THIS MORNING. MHK IS ON THE WESTERN EDGE OF THE
STRATUS DECK AND MAY STAY VFR, BUT DID INCLUDE A TEMPO IN CASE
THE CLOUDS BUILD INTO THE SITE. AT TOP/FOE THERE MAY BE BRIEF
PERIODS OF LIFR CEILINGS, ALTHOUGH THE VISIBILITIES MAY NOT BE
IMPACTED THAT MUCH. WINDS WILL PICK UP OUT OF THE SOUTH AND
GRADUALLY SHIFT TO THE SOUTHWEST LATE IN THE PERIOD. THERE COULD
BE OCCASIONAL GUSTS UP TO 20 KT ESPECIALLY AT MHK.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         707 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  150/08 MPH
                                     9 AM  170/10 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 605 AM):        200FT  157/08 MPH
                                      400FT  166/13 MPH
                                      600FT  171/19 MPH
                                      800FT  176/24 MPH
                                     1000FT  192/24 MPH
                                     1500FT  214/21 MPH
                                     2000FT  212/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 143/08 MPH
                                       39FT  145/13 MPH
                                      194FT  147/14 MPH
                                      463FT  148/16 MPH
                                      866FT  170/20 MPH
                                     1391FT  187/19 MPH
                                     2039FT  220/19 MPH
                                     2764FT  241/22 MPH
                                     3568FT  256/20 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 150/09 MPH
                                       36FT  151/12 MPH
                                      191FT  152/14 MPH
                                      460FT  155/15 MPH
                                      863FT  173/19 MPH
                                     1390FT  189/20 MPH
                                     2033FT  223/21 MPH
                                     2761FT  244/23 MPH
                                     3569FT  260/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 164/09 MPH
                                       36FT  166/12 MPH
                                      191FT  167/14 MPH
                                      460FT  170/15 MPH
                                      861FT  173/19 MPH
                                     1390FT  189/20 MPH
                                     2033FT  223/21 MPH
                                     2761FT  244/23 MPH
                                     3569FT  260/21 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  1689 FT
                                     9 AM  1965 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:         724 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   5 PM  180/13 MPH
                    7 PM  170/10 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$








000
SXUS43 KTOP 191121
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
621 AM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z SATURDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 614 AM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

THERE IS GOOD AGREEMENT THAT THE IFR STRATUS WILL MOVE EAST AND
SCATTER OUT LATER THIS MORNING. MHK IS ON THE WESTERN EDGE OF THE
STRATUS DECK AND MAY STAY VFR, BUT DID INCLUDE A TEMPO IN CASE
THE CLOUDS BUILD INTO THE SITE. AT TOP/FOE THERE MAY BE BRIEF
PERIODS OF LIFR CEILINGS, ALTHOUGH THE VISIBILITIES MAY NOT BE
IMPACTED THAT MUCH. WINDS WILL PICK UP OUT OF THE SOUTH AND
GRADUALLY SHIFT TO THE SOUTHWEST LATE IN THE PERIOD. THERE COULD
BE OCCASIONAL GUSTS UP TO 20 KT ESPECIALLY AT MHK.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         707 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  150/08 MPH
                                     9 AM  170/10 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 605 AM):        200FT  157/08 MPH
                                      400FT  166/13 MPH
                                      600FT  171/19 MPH
                                      800FT  176/24 MPH
                                     1000FT  192/24 MPH
                                     1500FT  214/21 MPH
                                     2000FT  212/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 143/08 MPH
                                       39FT  145/13 MPH
                                      194FT  147/14 MPH
                                      463FT  148/16 MPH
                                      866FT  170/20 MPH
                                     1391FT  187/19 MPH
                                     2039FT  220/19 MPH
                                     2764FT  241/22 MPH
                                     3568FT  256/20 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 150/09 MPH
                                       36FT  151/12 MPH
                                      191FT  152/14 MPH
                                      460FT  155/15 MPH
                                      863FT  173/19 MPH
                                     1390FT  189/20 MPH
                                     2033FT  223/21 MPH
                                     2761FT  244/23 MPH
                                     3569FT  260/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 164/09 MPH
                                       36FT  166/12 MPH
                                      191FT  167/14 MPH
                                      460FT  170/15 MPH
                                      861FT  173/19 MPH
                                     1390FT  189/20 MPH
                                     2033FT  223/21 MPH
                                     2761FT  244/23 MPH
                                     3569FT  260/21 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  1689 FT
                                     9 AM  1965 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:         724 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   5 PM  180/13 MPH
                    7 PM  170/10 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$








000
SXUS43 KTOP 191121
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
621 AM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z SATURDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 614 AM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

THERE IS GOOD AGREEMENT THAT THE IFR STRATUS WILL MOVE EAST AND
SCATTER OUT LATER THIS MORNING. MHK IS ON THE WESTERN EDGE OF THE
STRATUS DECK AND MAY STAY VFR, BUT DID INCLUDE A TEMPO IN CASE
THE CLOUDS BUILD INTO THE SITE. AT TOP/FOE THERE MAY BE BRIEF
PERIODS OF LIFR CEILINGS, ALTHOUGH THE VISIBILITIES MAY NOT BE
IMPACTED THAT MUCH. WINDS WILL PICK UP OUT OF THE SOUTH AND
GRADUALLY SHIFT TO THE SOUTHWEST LATE IN THE PERIOD. THERE COULD
BE OCCASIONAL GUSTS UP TO 20 KT ESPECIALLY AT MHK.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         707 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  150/08 MPH
                                     9 AM  170/10 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 605 AM):        200FT  157/08 MPH
                                      400FT  166/13 MPH
                                      600FT  171/19 MPH
                                      800FT  176/24 MPH
                                     1000FT  192/24 MPH
                                     1500FT  214/21 MPH
                                     2000FT  212/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 143/08 MPH
                                       39FT  145/13 MPH
                                      194FT  147/14 MPH
                                      463FT  148/16 MPH
                                      866FT  170/20 MPH
                                     1391FT  187/19 MPH
                                     2039FT  220/19 MPH
                                     2764FT  241/22 MPH
                                     3568FT  256/20 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 150/09 MPH
                                       36FT  151/12 MPH
                                      191FT  152/14 MPH
                                      460FT  155/15 MPH
                                      863FT  173/19 MPH
                                     1390FT  189/20 MPH
                                     2033FT  223/21 MPH
                                     2761FT  244/23 MPH
                                     3569FT  260/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 164/09 MPH
                                       36FT  166/12 MPH
                                      191FT  167/14 MPH
                                      460FT  170/15 MPH
                                      861FT  173/19 MPH
                                     1390FT  189/20 MPH
                                     2033FT  223/21 MPH
                                     2761FT  244/23 MPH
                                     3569FT  260/21 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  1689 FT
                                     9 AM  1965 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:         724 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   5 PM  180/13 MPH
                    7 PM  170/10 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$








000
SXUS43 KTOP 191121
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
621 AM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z SATURDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 614 AM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

THERE IS GOOD AGREEMENT THAT THE IFR STRATUS WILL MOVE EAST AND
SCATTER OUT LATER THIS MORNING. MHK IS ON THE WESTERN EDGE OF THE
STRATUS DECK AND MAY STAY VFR, BUT DID INCLUDE A TEMPO IN CASE
THE CLOUDS BUILD INTO THE SITE. AT TOP/FOE THERE MAY BE BRIEF
PERIODS OF LIFR CEILINGS, ALTHOUGH THE VISIBILITIES MAY NOT BE
IMPACTED THAT MUCH. WINDS WILL PICK UP OUT OF THE SOUTH AND
GRADUALLY SHIFT TO THE SOUTHWEST LATE IN THE PERIOD. THERE COULD
BE OCCASIONAL GUSTS UP TO 20 KT ESPECIALLY AT MHK.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         707 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  150/08 MPH
                                     9 AM  170/10 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 605 AM):        200FT  157/08 MPH
                                      400FT  166/13 MPH
                                      600FT  171/19 MPH
                                      800FT  176/24 MPH
                                     1000FT  192/24 MPH
                                     1500FT  214/21 MPH
                                     2000FT  212/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 143/08 MPH
                                       39FT  145/13 MPH
                                      194FT  147/14 MPH
                                      463FT  148/16 MPH
                                      866FT  170/20 MPH
                                     1391FT  187/19 MPH
                                     2039FT  220/19 MPH
                                     2764FT  241/22 MPH
                                     3568FT  256/20 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 150/09 MPH
                                       36FT  151/12 MPH
                                      191FT  152/14 MPH
                                      460FT  155/15 MPH
                                      863FT  173/19 MPH
                                     1390FT  189/20 MPH
                                     2033FT  223/21 MPH
                                     2761FT  244/23 MPH
                                     3569FT  260/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 164/09 MPH
                                       36FT  166/12 MPH
                                      191FT  167/14 MPH
                                      460FT  170/15 MPH
                                      861FT  173/19 MPH
                                     1390FT  189/20 MPH
                                     2033FT  223/21 MPH
                                     2761FT  244/23 MPH
                                     3569FT  260/21 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  1689 FT
                                     9 AM  1965 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:         724 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   5 PM  180/13 MPH
                    7 PM  170/10 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$








000
SXUS43 KTOP 191042
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:40 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
TEMP 60-62

SKIES CLEAR/CLOUDY

ROADS NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 191042
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:40 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
TEMP 60-62

SKIES CLEAR/CLOUDY

ROADS NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 191032
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:30 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS: 63 - 65
SKIES: CLEAR
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 191032
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:30 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMPS:  64
SKIES:  CLOUDY
ROADS:  NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 191031
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
KANSAS TURNPIKE
TEMPS: 60-65
ROADWAYS NORMAL THE ENTIRE ROUTE.  THERE ARE AREAS OF PATCHY
FOG IN FROM EL
DORADO TO EMPORIA WITH VISIBILITY OF 200 YARDS.




000
SXUS43 KTOP 191031
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMPS 60-63

ROADS NORMAL

SKIES MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH AREAS OF FOG/MIST



000
SXUS43 KTOP 191031
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/09/19
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP: 64
SKIES: CLEAR TO CLOUDY
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 190017
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
717 PM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 00Z TAFS THROUGH 00Z FRIDAY EVENING)
ISSUED AT 647 PM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

THE MVFR STRATUS DECK MAY HANG AROUND OVER THE KTOP/KFOE SITES
BEFORE GRADUALLY SCATTERING OUT DURING THE EVENING HOURS. THERE IS
THE POTENTIAL FOR AREAS OF FOG TO DEVELOP ONCE AGAIN OVERNIGHT
INTO FRIDAY MORNING. THE BEST POTENTIAL FOR THIS FOG DEVELOPMENT
LOOKS TO BE NEAR THE KTOP/KFOE SITES IN WHICH VISIBILITIES MAY
DROP DOWN TO AROUND ONE MILE AT TIMES BEFORE QUICKLY LIFTING BY
MID MORNING. WINDS WILL VEER FROM EAST TO SOUTH THROUGH THE PERIOD
WITH SOME GUSTS OF 15-20KTS POSSIBLE DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          726 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 615 PM):        200FT  085/13 MPH
                                      400FT  088/16 MPH
                                      600FT  092/18 MPH
                                      800FT  092/19 MPH
                                     1000FT  098/21 MPH
                                     1500FT  098/15 MPH
                                     2000FT  084/11 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 090/09 MPH
                                       56FT  090/10 MPH
                                      212FT  090/10 MPH
                                      481FT  091/11 MPH
                                      884FT  092/10 MPH
                                     1404FT  093/10 MPH
                                     2039FT  091/09 MPH
                                     2746FT  318/03 MPH
                                     3541FT  282/20 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 093/10 MPH
                                       56FT  093/12 MPH
                                      212FT  094/13 MPH
                                      481FT  095/13 MPH
                                      885FT  096/13 MPH
                                     1405FT  096/14 MPH
                                     2040FT  094/13 MPH
                                     2747FT  039/04 MPH
                                     3544FT  296/17 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 101/09 MPH
                                       56FT  101/12 MPH
                                      212FT  102/13 MPH
                                      482FT  103/15 MPH
                                      886FT  096/13 MPH
                                     1405FT  096/14 MPH
                                     2040FT  094/13 MPH
                                     2747FT  039/04 MPH
                                     3544FT  296/17 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        707 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  150/07 MPH
                    9 AM  160/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$








000
SXUS43 KTOP 190017
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
717 PM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 00Z TAFS THROUGH 00Z FRIDAY EVENING)
ISSUED AT 647 PM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

THE MVFR STRATUS DECK MAY HANG AROUND OVER THE KTOP/KFOE SITES
BEFORE GRADUALLY SCATTERING OUT DURING THE EVENING HOURS. THERE IS
THE POTENTIAL FOR AREAS OF FOG TO DEVELOP ONCE AGAIN OVERNIGHT
INTO FRIDAY MORNING. THE BEST POTENTIAL FOR THIS FOG DEVELOPMENT
LOOKS TO BE NEAR THE KTOP/KFOE SITES IN WHICH VISIBILITIES MAY
DROP DOWN TO AROUND ONE MILE AT TIMES BEFORE QUICKLY LIFTING BY
MID MORNING. WINDS WILL VEER FROM EAST TO SOUTH THROUGH THE PERIOD
WITH SOME GUSTS OF 15-20KTS POSSIBLE DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          726 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 615 PM):        200FT  085/13 MPH
                                      400FT  088/16 MPH
                                      600FT  092/18 MPH
                                      800FT  092/19 MPH
                                     1000FT  098/21 MPH
                                     1500FT  098/15 MPH
                                     2000FT  084/11 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 090/09 MPH
                                       56FT  090/10 MPH
                                      212FT  090/10 MPH
                                      481FT  091/11 MPH
                                      884FT  092/10 MPH
                                     1404FT  093/10 MPH
                                     2039FT  091/09 MPH
                                     2746FT  318/03 MPH
                                     3541FT  282/20 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 093/10 MPH
                                       56FT  093/12 MPH
                                      212FT  094/13 MPH
                                      481FT  095/13 MPH
                                      885FT  096/13 MPH
                                     1405FT  096/14 MPH
                                     2040FT  094/13 MPH
                                     2747FT  039/04 MPH
                                     3544FT  296/17 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 101/09 MPH
                                       56FT  101/12 MPH
                                      212FT  102/13 MPH
                                      482FT  103/15 MPH
                                      886FT  096/13 MPH
                                     1405FT  096/14 MPH
                                     2040FT  094/13 MPH
                                     2747FT  039/04 MPH
                                     3544FT  296/17 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        707 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  150/07 MPH
                    9 AM  160/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$






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000
NWUS53 KTOP 190006
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
706 PM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

1235 AM     HAIL             6 SW MILTONVALE         39.29N 97.53W
09/18/2014  E1.75 INCH       OTTAWA             KS   PUBLIC

            HAIL LASTED ABOUT 15 MINUTES. CAUSED DAMAGE TO
            VEHICLES...SIDING ON SOUTH AND WEST SIDES OF
            HOME...ROOF...AND CROPS.

0135 AM     HAIL             ALLEN                   38.66N 96.17W
09/18/2014  E1.25 INCH       LYON               KS   PUBLIC

            QUARTER TO HALF DOLLAR SIZE HAIL REPORTED VIA SOCIAL
            MEDIA.

0145 AM     HAIL             WAKEFIELD               39.22N 97.02W
09/18/2014  E1.00 INCH       CLAY               KS   PUBLIC

            REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA PHOTO. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON
            RADAR.

0150 AM     HAIL             BENNINGTON              39.03N 97.59W
09/18/2014  E2.50 INCH       OTTAWA             KS   PUBLIC

            MULTIPLE REPORTS OF HAIL IN AND NEAR BENNINGTON OF HAIL
            FROM GOLFBALL UP TO TENNIS BALL SIZE.


&&

$$

BARJENBRUCH



000
NWUS53 KTOP 190006
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
706 PM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

1235 AM     HAIL             6 SW MILTONVALE         39.29N 97.53W
09/18/2014  E1.75 INCH       OTTAWA             KS   PUBLIC

            HAIL LASTED ABOUT 15 MINUTES. CAUSED DAMAGE TO
            VEHICLES...SIDING ON SOUTH AND WEST SIDES OF
            HOME...ROOF...AND CROPS.

0135 AM     HAIL             ALLEN                   38.66N 96.17W
09/18/2014  E1.25 INCH       LYON               KS   PUBLIC

            QUARTER TO HALF DOLLAR SIZE HAIL REPORTED VIA SOCIAL
            MEDIA.

0145 AM     HAIL             WAKEFIELD               39.22N 97.02W
09/18/2014  E1.00 INCH       CLAY               KS   PUBLIC

            REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA PHOTO. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON
            RADAR.

0150 AM     HAIL             BENNINGTON              39.03N 97.59W
09/18/2014  E2.50 INCH       OTTAWA             KS   PUBLIC

            MULTIPLE REPORTS OF HAIL IN AND NEAR BENNINGTON OF HAIL
            FROM GOLFBALL UP TO TENNIS BALL SIZE.


&&

$$

BARJENBRUCH




000
NWUS53 KTOP 182221
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
521 PM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0120 AM     HAIL             MINNEAPOLIS             39.12N 97.71W
09/18/2014  M2.50 INCH       OTTAWA             KS   PUBLIC

            NUMEROUS PHOTOS VIA SOCIAL MEDIA INDICATED HAIL UP TO 2.5
            INCHES IN DIAMETER FELL IN THE CITY OF MINNEAPOLIS.


&&

$$

BARJENBRUCH




000
NWUS53 KTOP 182221
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
521 PM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0120 AM     HAIL             MINNEAPOLIS             39.12N 97.71W
09/18/2014  M2.50 INCH       OTTAWA             KS   PUBLIC

            NUMEROUS PHOTOS VIA SOCIAL MEDIA INDICATED HAIL UP TO 2.5
            INCHES IN DIAMETER FELL IN THE CITY OF MINNEAPOLIS.


&&

$$

BARJENBRUCH



000
NWUS53 KICT 182205
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
504 PM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0503 PM     HEAVY RAIN       MADISON                 38.13N 96.14W
09/18/2014  M5.63 INCH       GREENWOOD          KS   TRAINED SPOTTER

            THE HEAVY RAIN OCCURED BETWEEN 4 AM AND NOON THURSDAY.


&&

$$

JMC



000
NWUS53 KICT 182205
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
504 PM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0503 PM     HEAVY RAIN       MADISON                 38.13N 96.14W
09/18/2014  M5.63 INCH       GREENWOOD          KS   TRAINED SPOTTER

            THE HEAVY RAIN OCCURED BETWEEN 4 AM AND NOON THURSDAY.


&&

$$

JMC




000
SXUS43 KTOP 182038
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:36 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTH WEST REGION
TEMPS:  81-83
SKIES:  FAIR & BREEZY
ROADS:  NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 182038
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:36 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTH WEST REGION
TEMPS:  81-83
SKIES:  FAIR & BREEZY
ROADS:  NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 182036
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:34 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS 68 - 88 DEGREES   ROADWAY NORMAL THE ENTIRE ROUTE




000
SXUS43 KTOP 182036
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:34 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS 68 - 88 DEGREES   ROADWAY NORMAL THE ENTIRE ROUTE




000
SXUS43 KTOP 182036
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:34 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS 68 - 88 DEGREES   ROADWAY NORMAL THE ENTIRE ROUTE




000
SXUS43 KTOP 182036
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:34 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS 68 - 88 DEGREES   ROADWAY NORMAL THE ENTIRE ROUTE




000
SXUS43 KTOP 182030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:28 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST REGION
TEMPS 86-94
WINDS 13-21MPH  G 24-29MPH
SKIES PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 182030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:28 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST REGION
TEMPS 86-94
WINDS 13-21MPH  G 24-29MPH
SKIES PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 182030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:28 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST REGION
TEMPS 86-94
WINDS 13-21MPH  G 24-29MPH
SKIES PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 182030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:28 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST REGION
TEMPS 86-94
WINDS 13-21MPH  G 24-29MPH
SKIES PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 182029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:27 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMP: 69 - 79 DEGREES
SKIES: FAIR TO OVERCAST WITH HAZE
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 182029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:27 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMP: 69 - 79 DEGREES
SKIES: FAIR TO OVERCAST WITH HAZE
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 182029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:27 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMP: 69 - 79 DEGREES
SKIES: FAIR TO OVERCAST WITH HAZE
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 182029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:27 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMP: 69 - 79 DEGREES
SKIES: FAIR TO OVERCAST WITH HAZE
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 182027
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:25 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMP: 67
SKIES: MOSTLY CLOUDY
ROADS: NORMAL
WINDY



000
SXUS43 KTOP 182027
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:25 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMP: 67
SKIES: MOSTLY CLOUDY
ROADS: NORMAL
WINDY



000
SXUS43 KTOP 182027
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:25 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMP: 67
SKIES: MOSTLY CLOUDY
ROADS: NORMAL
WINDY



000
SXUS43 KTOP 182027
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:25 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMP: 67
SKIES: MOSTLY CLOUDY
ROADS: NORMAL
WINDY



000
SXUS43 KTOP 182023
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:21 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
TEMP: 70-79 DEGREES
SKIES: PARTLY SUNNY - MOSTLY CLOUDY
WINDS: 3- 9 MPH
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 182023
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:21 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
TEMP: 70-79 DEGREES
SKIES: PARTLY SUNNY - MOSTLY CLOUDY
WINDS: 3- 9 MPH
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 182023
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:21 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
TEMP: 70-79 DEGREES
SKIES: PARTLY SUNNY - MOSTLY CLOUDY
WINDS: 3- 9 MPH
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 182023
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:21 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
TEMP: 70-79 DEGREES
SKIES: PARTLY SUNNY - MOSTLY CLOUDY
WINDS: 3- 9 MPH
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181800
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
100 PM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z FRIDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1259 PM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

IFR CIGS AND MVFR TO CONTINUE THROUGH THE MAJORITY OF THE FORECAST
PERIOD. SOME IMPROVEMENT TO VFR IS EXPECTED AT MHK WITH MVFR AT
TOP AND FOE AFTER 20Z. FORECAST SOUNDINGS AND MODEL TIME SECTIONS
SUGGEST IFR AND MVFR CIGS REFORMING AFTER 06Z WITH MVFR VSBYS.
CIGS IMPROVE BACK TO MVFR AFTER 16Z AT TOP AND FOE WITH MHK
BECOMING VFR.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          726 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           5 PM  100/10 MPH
                                     7 PM  100/09 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 632 AM):        200FT  105/12 MPH
                                      400FT  111/17 MPH
                                      600FT  109/21 MPH
                                      800FT  110/25 MPH
                                     1000FT  116/26 MPH
                                     1500FT  113/21 MPH
                                     2000FT  121/16 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 102/12 MPH
                                       62FT  103/14 MPH
                                      216FT  103/14 MPH
                                      491FT  104/15 MPH
                                      895FT  104/15 MPH
                                     1420FT  104/15 MPH
                                     2059FT  104/15 MPH
                                     2771FT  100/09 MPH
                                     3570FT  243/03 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 114/10 MPH
                                       56FT  116/13 MPH
                                      210FT  117/14 MPH
                                      484FT  117/15 MPH
                                      888FT  117/16 MPH
                                     1412FT  118/16 MPH
                                     2051FT  118/16 MPH
                                     2762FT  115/12 MPH
                                     3559FT  142/03 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 122/10 MPH
                                       53FT  123/13 MPH
                                      210FT  125/14 MPH
                                      481FT  125/15 MPH
                                      886FT  117/16 MPH
                                     1412FT  118/16 MPH
                                     2051FT  118/16 MPH
                                     2762FT  115/12 MPH
                                     3559FT  142/03 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                5 PM  2651 FT
                                     7 PM  2408 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        707 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  150/08 MPH
                    9 AM  160/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$







000
SXUS43 KTOP 181800
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
100 PM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z FRIDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1259 PM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

IFR CIGS AND MVFR TO CONTINUE THROUGH THE MAJORITY OF THE FORECAST
PERIOD. SOME IMPROVEMENT TO VFR IS EXPECTED AT MHK WITH MVFR AT
TOP AND FOE AFTER 20Z. FORECAST SOUNDINGS AND MODEL TIME SECTIONS
SUGGEST IFR AND MVFR CIGS REFORMING AFTER 06Z WITH MVFR VSBYS.
CIGS IMPROVE BACK TO MVFR AFTER 16Z AT TOP AND FOE WITH MHK
BECOMING VFR.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          726 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           5 PM  100/10 MPH
                                     7 PM  100/09 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 632 AM):        200FT  105/12 MPH
                                      400FT  111/17 MPH
                                      600FT  109/21 MPH
                                      800FT  110/25 MPH
                                     1000FT  116/26 MPH
                                     1500FT  113/21 MPH
                                     2000FT  121/16 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 102/12 MPH
                                       62FT  103/14 MPH
                                      216FT  103/14 MPH
                                      491FT  104/15 MPH
                                      895FT  104/15 MPH
                                     1420FT  104/15 MPH
                                     2059FT  104/15 MPH
                                     2771FT  100/09 MPH
                                     3570FT  243/03 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 114/10 MPH
                                       56FT  116/13 MPH
                                      210FT  117/14 MPH
                                      484FT  117/15 MPH
                                      888FT  117/16 MPH
                                     1412FT  118/16 MPH
                                     2051FT  118/16 MPH
                                     2762FT  115/12 MPH
                                     3559FT  142/03 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 122/10 MPH
                                       53FT  123/13 MPH
                                      210FT  125/14 MPH
                                      481FT  125/15 MPH
                                      886FT  117/16 MPH
                                     1412FT  118/16 MPH
                                     2051FT  118/16 MPH
                                     2762FT  115/12 MPH
                                     3559FT  142/03 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                5 PM  2651 FT
                                     7 PM  2408 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        707 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  150/08 MPH
                    9 AM  160/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$








000
SXUS43 KTOP 181739
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
12:36 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST REGION
TEMP 82-90
SKIES OVERCAST
ROADS NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181739
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
12:36 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST REGION
TEMP 82-90
SKIES OVERCAST
ROADS NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181700
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:58 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTHWEST REGION
 TEMP: 66
SKIES: CLOUDY
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181700
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:58 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTHWEST REGION
 TEMP: 66
SKIES: CLOUDY
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181653
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:51 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTH EAST REGION
TEMP:  61-69
SKIES: OVERCAST
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181653
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:51 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTH EAST REGION
TEMP:  61-69
SKIES: OVERCAST
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181637
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:35 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
KC METRO

 TEMPS  61-66
 SKIES  OVERCAST
 ROADS  NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181637
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:35 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
KC METRO

 TEMPS  61-66
 SKIES  OVERCAST
 ROADS  NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181637
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:35 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
KC METRO

 TEMPS  61-66
 SKIES  OVERCAST
 ROADS  NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181637
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:35 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
KC METRO

 TEMPS  61-66
 SKIES  OVERCAST
 ROADS  NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181635
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:32 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION

TEMPS 73 TO 75 DEGREES
ROADS NORMAL
SKIES CLOUDY




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181635
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:32 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION

TEMPS 73 TO 75 DEGREES
ROADS NORMAL
SKIES CLOUDY



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181618
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:16 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION

SKIES 69-76
TEMPS AREAS OF OVERCAST
ROADS NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181618
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:16 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION

SKIES 69-76
TEMPS AREAS OF OVERCAST
ROADS NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181611
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:09 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS 63-74. ROADWAYS WET FROM EL DORADO TO EMPORIA, NORMAL IN
ALL OTHER
DISTRICTS.



000
NWUS53 KICT 181531
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
1030 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       ERIE                    37.57N 95.24W
09/18/2014  M3.33 INCH       NEOSHO             KS   COCORAHS

            COCORAHS OBSERVER REPORTS 3.33 INCHES OF RAIN FELL WITHIN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       ST. PAUL                37.52N 95.17W
09/18/2014  M2.02 INCH       NEOSHO             KS   COCORAHS

            COCORAHS OBSERVER REPORTS 2.02 INCHES OF RAIN FELL WITHIN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.


&&

$$

JMR




000
NWUS53 KICT 181531
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
1030 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       ERIE                    37.57N 95.24W
09/18/2014  M3.33 INCH       NEOSHO             KS   COCORAHS

            COCORAHS OBSERVER REPORTS 3.33 INCHES OF RAIN FELL WITHIN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       ST. PAUL                37.52N 95.17W
09/18/2014  M2.02 INCH       NEOSHO             KS   COCORAHS

            COCORAHS OBSERVER REPORTS 2.02 INCHES OF RAIN FELL WITHIN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.


&&

$$

JMR



000
NWUS53 KTOP 181518
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1018 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

1010 AM     FLASH FLOOD      6 SW OLPE               38.20N 96.24W
09/18/2014                   LYON               KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            ROAD J IMPASSABLE DUE TO FLOODING FROM ROAD 50 SOUTH TO
            THE GREENWOOD COUNTY LINE.


&&

$$






000
NWUS53 KTOP 181518
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1018 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

1010 AM     FLASH FLOOD      6 SW OLPE               38.20N 96.24W
09/18/2014                   LYON               KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            ROAD J IMPASSABLE DUE TO FLOODING FROM ROAD 50 SOUTH TO
            THE GREENWOOD COUNTY LINE.


&&

$$





000
NWUS53 KTOP 181440
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
939 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0320 AM     HAIL             6 E NEW STRAWN          38.27N 95.64W
09/18/2014  E1.00 INCH       COFFEY             KS   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON RADAR DATA


&&

$$






000
NWUS53 KTOP 181440
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
939 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0320 AM     HAIL             6 E NEW STRAWN          38.27N 95.64W
09/18/2014  E1.00 INCH       COFFEY             KS   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON RADAR DATA


&&

$$






000
NWUS53 KTOP 181440
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
939 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0320 AM     HAIL             6 E NEW STRAWN          38.27N 95.64W
09/18/2014  E1.00 INCH       COFFEY             KS   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON RADAR DATA


&&

$$






000
NWUS53 KTOP 181440
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
939 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0320 AM     HAIL             6 E NEW STRAWN          38.27N 95.64W
09/18/2014  E1.00 INCH       COFFEY             KS   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON RADAR DATA


&&

$$






000
NWUS53 KICT 181438
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
938 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       HUMBOLDT                37.81N 95.44W
09/18/2014  M2.62 INCH       ALLEN              KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 2.62 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       MADISON                 38.13N 96.14W
09/18/2014  M1.90 INCH       GREENWOOD          KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 1.90 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       4 S THRALL              37.96N 96.32W
09/18/2014  M1.48 INCH       GREENWOOD          KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 1.48 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       VIRGIL                  37.98N 96.01W
09/18/2014  M1.76 INCH       GREENWOOD          KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 1.76 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       1 W IOLA                37.93N 95.42W
09/18/2014  M2.12 INCH       ALLEN              KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 2.12 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       GALESBURG               37.47N 95.36W
09/18/2014  M1.40 INCH       NEOSHO             KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 1.40 INCHES OF RAIN IN THE
            LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       ERIE                    37.57N 95.24W
09/18/2014  M2.35 INCH       NEOSHO             KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 2.35 INCHES OF RAIN WITHIN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       ALTAMONT                37.19N 95.29W
09/18/2014  M1.20 INCH       LABETTE            KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 1.20 INCHES OF RAIN WITHIN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.


&&

$$

JMR



000
NWUS53 KICT 181438
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
938 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       HUMBOLDT                37.81N 95.44W
09/18/2014  M2.62 INCH       ALLEN              KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 2.62 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       MADISON                 38.13N 96.14W
09/18/2014  M1.90 INCH       GREENWOOD          KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 1.90 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       4 S THRALL              37.96N 96.32W
09/18/2014  M1.48 INCH       GREENWOOD          KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 1.48 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       VIRGIL                  37.98N 96.01W
09/18/2014  M1.76 INCH       GREENWOOD          KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 1.76 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       1 W IOLA                37.93N 95.42W
09/18/2014  M2.12 INCH       ALLEN              KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 2.12 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       GALESBURG               37.47N 95.36W
09/18/2014  M1.40 INCH       NEOSHO             KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 1.40 INCHES OF RAIN IN THE
            LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       ERIE                    37.57N 95.24W
09/18/2014  M2.35 INCH       NEOSHO             KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 2.35 INCHES OF RAIN WITHIN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       ALTAMONT                37.19N 95.29W
09/18/2014  M1.20 INCH       LABETTE            KS   CO-OP OBSERVER

            COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS 1.20 INCHES OF RAIN WITHIN
            THE LAST 24 HOURS.


&&

$$

JMR




000
NWUS53 KTOP 181437
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
937 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0930 AM     HEAVY RAIN       6 E NEW STRAWN          38.27N 95.64W
09/18/2014  M3.65 INCH       COFFEY             KS   TRAINED SPOTTER


&&

$$





000
NWUS53 KTOP 181437
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
937 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0930 AM     HEAVY RAIN       6 E NEW STRAWN          38.27N 95.64W
09/18/2014  M3.65 INCH       COFFEY             KS   TRAINED SPOTTER


&&

$$






000
NWUS53 KICT 181414
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
914 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0910 AM     FLOOD            MADISON                 38.13N 96.14W
09/18/2014                   GREENWOOD          KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            SHERIFF REPORTS AT LEAST ONE FOOT OF WATER FLOODING THE
            STREETS IN MADISON.


&&

$$

VJP



000
NWUS53 KICT 181414
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
914 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0910 AM     FLOOD            MADISON                 38.13N 96.14W
09/18/2014                   GREENWOOD          KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            SHERIFF REPORTS AT LEAST ONE FOOT OF WATER FLOODING THE
            STREETS IN MADISON.


&&

$$

VJP




000
NWUS53 KICT 181408
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
908 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0903 AM     FLOOD            S MADISON               38.13N 96.14W
09/18/2014                   GREENWOOD          KS   TRAINED SPOTTER

            HIGHWAY 58 EAST IN MADISON PARTIALLY COVERED AND DITCHES
            ARE FULL AND RUNNING.


&&

$$

JMR



000
NWUS53 KICT 181408
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
908 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0903 AM     FLOOD            S MADISON               38.13N 96.14W
09/18/2014                   GREENWOOD          KS   TRAINED SPOTTER

            HIGHWAY 58 EAST IN MADISON PARTIALLY COVERED AND DITCHES
            ARE FULL AND RUNNING.


&&

$$

JMR



000
NWUS53 KICT 181408
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
908 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0903 AM     FLOOD            S MADISON               38.13N 96.14W
09/18/2014                   GREENWOOD          KS   TRAINED SPOTTER

            HIGHWAY 58 EAST IN MADISON PARTIALLY COVERED AND DITCHES
            ARE FULL AND RUNNING.


&&

$$

JMR



000
NWUS53 KICT 181408
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
908 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0903 AM     FLOOD            S MADISON               38.13N 96.14W
09/18/2014                   GREENWOOD          KS   TRAINED SPOTTER

            HIGHWAY 58 EAST IN MADISON PARTIALLY COVERED AND DITCHES
            ARE FULL AND RUNNING.


&&

$$

JMR



000
NWUS53 KTOP 181353
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
853 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0853 AM     HEAVY RAIN       5 WSW WAVERLY           38.37N 95.69W
09/18/2014  M3.80 INCH       COFFEY             KS   COCORAHS


&&

$$

BDRAKE



000
NWUS53 KTOP 181353
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
853 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0853 AM     HEAVY RAIN       5 WSW WAVERLY           38.37N 95.69W
09/18/2014  M3.80 INCH       COFFEY             KS   COCORAHS


&&

$$

BDRAKE




000
NWUS53 KICT 181352
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
852 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0841 AM     HEAVY RAIN       S MADISON               38.13N 96.14W
09/18/2014  E5.00 INCH       GREENWOOD          KS   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TRAINED SPOTTER ESTIMATED 4 TO 5 INCHES OF RAIN IN RAIN
            GAUGE AT 841 AM.

0844 AM     HEAVY RAIN       S MADISON               38.13N 96.14W
09/18/2014  E4.00 INCH       GREENWOOD          KS   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TRAINED SPOTTER ESTIMATED 4 INCHES OF RAIN IN RAIN GAUGE
            AT 844AM.


&&

$$

JMR



000
NWUS53 KICT 181352
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
852 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0841 AM     HEAVY RAIN       S MADISON               38.13N 96.14W
09/18/2014  E5.00 INCH       GREENWOOD          KS   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TRAINED SPOTTER ESTIMATED 4 TO 5 INCHES OF RAIN IN RAIN
            GAUGE AT 841 AM.

0844 AM     HEAVY RAIN       S MADISON               38.13N 96.14W
09/18/2014  E4.00 INCH       GREENWOOD          KS   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TRAINED SPOTTER ESTIMATED 4 INCHES OF RAIN IN RAIN GAUGE
            AT 844AM.


&&

$$

JMR




000
NWUS53 KICT 181304
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
804 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       CHANUTE AIRPORT         37.67N 95.49W
09/18/2014  M2.55 INCH       NEOSHO             KS   ASOS

            2.55 INCHES FELL OVER THE PAST 24 HOURS.


&&

$$

JMR




000
NWUS53 KICT 181251
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
751 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0600 AM     FLOOD            10 E IOLA               37.93N 95.22W
09/18/2014                   ALLEN              KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            NUMEROUS LOW WATER CROSSINGS WERE FLOODED ACROSS THE
            EASTERN PORTION OF THE COUNTY.


&&

$$

RBL



000
NWUS53 KICT 181251
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
751 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0600 AM     FLOOD            10 E IOLA               37.93N 95.22W
09/18/2014                   ALLEN              KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            NUMEROUS LOW WATER CROSSINGS WERE FLOODED ACROSS THE
            EASTERN PORTION OF THE COUNTY.


&&

$$

RBL



000
NWUS53 KICT 181251
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
751 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0600 AM     FLOOD            10 E IOLA               37.93N 95.22W
09/18/2014                   ALLEN              KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            NUMEROUS LOW WATER CROSSINGS WERE FLOODED ACROSS THE
            EASTERN PORTION OF THE COUNTY.


&&

$$

RBL



000
NWUS53 KICT 181251
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
751 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0600 AM     FLOOD            10 E IOLA               37.93N 95.22W
09/18/2014                   ALLEN              KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            NUMEROUS LOW WATER CROSSINGS WERE FLOODED ACROSS THE
            EASTERN PORTION OF THE COUNTY.


&&

$$

RBL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181221
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
721 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z FRIDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 629 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

LATEST MODEL GUIDANCE IS SUGGESTING THAT IFR CEILINGS COULD LINGER
THROUGH THE LATE MORNING HOURS. ALTHOUGH THE 12Z SOUNDING AT TOP SHOWS
THAT THE STRATUS DECK IS VERY THIN, AND THE START OF DAYTIME
MIXING SHOULD CLEAR THINGS OUT FAIRLY EASILY. THE LOW LEVEL
MOISTURE IS FORECAST TO REMAIN IN THE AREA, AND WITH NOT MUCH
CHANGE IN THE OVERALL PATTERN WOULD EXPECT PARTLY CLEAR SKIES
DURING THE EVENING HOURS WILL LEAD TO IFR CONDITIONS AGAIN. TIMING
MAY NEED TO BE ADJUSTED BUT AS OF NOW IFR CONDITIONS APPEAR TO
DEVELOP AROUND MIDNIGHT OR SHORTLY AFTER.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         707 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           8 AM  100/09 MPH
                                     9 AM  100/10 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 632 AM):        200FT  105/12 MPH
                                      400FT  111/17 MPH
                                      600FT  109/21 MPH
                                      800FT  110/25 MPH
                                     1000FT  116/26 MPH
                                     1500FT  113/21 MPH
                                     2000FT  121/16 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 088/08 MPH
                                       70FT  091/10 MPH
                                      223FT  092/12 MPH
                                      496FT  095/13 MPH
                                      896FT  100/14 MPH
                                     1419FT  120/18 MPH
                                     2061FT  125/19 MPH
                                     2782FT  111/17 MPH
                                     3575FT  088/15 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 087/08 MPH
                                       70FT  088/10 MPH
                                      226FT  089/12 MPH
                                      498FT  092/13 MPH
                                      898FT  096/13 MPH
                                     1424FT  127/14 MPH
                                     2063FT  133/15 MPH
                                     2784FT  114/14 MPH
                                     3582FT  089/11 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 086/09 MPH
                                       70FT  085/11 MPH
                                      226FT  087/12 MPH
                                      495FT  088/13 MPH
                                      898FT  096/13 MPH
                                     1424FT  127/14 MPH
                                     2063FT  133/15 MPH
                                     2784FT  114/14 MPH
                                     3582FT  089/11 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                8 AM  1695 FT
                                     9 AM  1760 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:         726 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   5 PM  100/10 MPH
                    7 PM  100/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$








000
SXUS43 KTOP 181221
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
721 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z FRIDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 629 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

LATEST MODEL GUIDANCE IS SUGGESTING THAT IFR CEILINGS COULD LINGER
THROUGH THE LATE MORNING HOURS. ALTHOUGH THE 12Z SOUNDING AT TOP SHOWS
THAT THE STRATUS DECK IS VERY THIN, AND THE START OF DAYTIME
MIXING SHOULD CLEAR THINGS OUT FAIRLY EASILY. THE LOW LEVEL
MOISTURE IS FORECAST TO REMAIN IN THE AREA, AND WITH NOT MUCH
CHANGE IN THE OVERALL PATTERN WOULD EXPECT PARTLY CLEAR SKIES
DURING THE EVENING HOURS WILL LEAD TO IFR CONDITIONS AGAIN. TIMING
MAY NEED TO BE ADJUSTED BUT AS OF NOW IFR CONDITIONS APPEAR TO
DEVELOP AROUND MIDNIGHT OR SHORTLY AFTER.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         707 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           8 AM  100/09 MPH
                                     9 AM  100/10 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 632 AM):        200FT  105/12 MPH
                                      400FT  111/17 MPH
                                      600FT  109/21 MPH
                                      800FT  110/25 MPH
                                     1000FT  116/26 MPH
                                     1500FT  113/21 MPH
                                     2000FT  121/16 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 088/08 MPH
                                       70FT  091/10 MPH
                                      223FT  092/12 MPH
                                      496FT  095/13 MPH
                                      896FT  100/14 MPH
                                     1419FT  120/18 MPH
                                     2061FT  125/19 MPH
                                     2782FT  111/17 MPH
                                     3575FT  088/15 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 087/08 MPH
                                       70FT  088/10 MPH
                                      226FT  089/12 MPH
                                      498FT  092/13 MPH
                                      898FT  096/13 MPH
                                     1424FT  127/14 MPH
                                     2063FT  133/15 MPH
                                     2784FT  114/14 MPH
                                     3582FT  089/11 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 086/09 MPH
                                       70FT  085/11 MPH
                                      226FT  087/12 MPH
                                      495FT  088/13 MPH
                                      898FT  096/13 MPH
                                     1424FT  127/14 MPH
                                     2063FT  133/15 MPH
                                     2784FT  114/14 MPH
                                     3582FT  089/11 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                8 AM  1695 FT
                                     9 AM  1760 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:         726 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   5 PM  100/10 MPH
                    7 PM  100/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$







000
SXUS43 KTOP 181204
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
704 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z FRIDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 629 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

LATEST MODEL GUIDANCE IS SUGGESTING THAT IFR CEILINGS COULD LINGER
THROUGH THE LATE MORNING HOURS. ALTHOUGH THE 12Z SOUNDING AT TOP SHOWS
THAT THE STRATUS DECK IS VERY THIN, AND THE START OF DAYTIME
MIXING SHOULD CLEAR THINGS OUT FAIRLY EASILY. THE LOW LEVEL
MOISTURE IS FORECAST TO REMAIN IN THE AREA, AND WITH NOT MUCH
CHANGE IN THE OVERALL PATTERN WOULD EXPECT PARTLY CLEAR SKIES
DURING THE EVENING HOURS WILL LEAD TO IFR CONDITIONS AGAIN. TIMING
MAY NEED TO BE ADJUSTED BUT AS OF NOW IFR CONDITIONS APPEAR TO
DEVELOP AROUND MIDNIGHT OR SHORTLY AFTER.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         707 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           8 AM  100/09 MPH
                                     9 AM  100/10 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 632 AM):        200FT  105/12 MPH
                                      400FT  111/17 MPH
                                      600FT  109/21 MPH
                                      800FT  110/25 MPH
                                     1000FT  116/26 MPH
                                     1500FT  113/21 MPH
                                     2000FT  121/16 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 091/09 MPH
                                       73FT  092/12 MPH
                                      229FT  095/13 MPH
                                      498FT  098/15 MPH
                                      902FT  105/16 MPH
                                     1425FT  125/19 MPH
                                     2063FT  132/19 MPH
                                     2783FT  123/16 MPH
                                     3579FT  096/12 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 092/08 MPH
                                       73FT  093/11 MPH
                                      229FT  095/13 MPH
                                      498FT  099/14 MPH
                                      899FT  104/15 MPH
                                     1425FT  136/16 MPH
                                     2067FT  141/15 MPH
                                     2784FT  125/13 MPH
                                     3582FT  100/10 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 090/08 MPH
                                       73FT  091/10 MPH
                                      229FT  092/12 MPH
                                      498FT  094/12 MPH
                                      901FT  104/15 MPH
                                     1425FT  136/16 MPH
                                     2067FT  141/15 MPH
                                     2784FT  125/13 MPH
                                     3582FT  100/10 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                8 AM  1695 FT
                                     9 AM  1760 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:         726 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   5 PM  100/10 MPH
                    7 PM  100/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$







000
NOUS43 KGLD 181201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU SEP 18 2014

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1993, AN EARLY MORNING SEVERE THUNDERSTORM DUMPED HAIL UP TO
GOLF BALL SIZE IN BEECHER ISLAND COLORADO, IN YUMA COUNTY. THE HAIL
BROKE WINDOWS AND DAMAGED VEHICLES AS WELL AS DESTROYING
CROPS.

$$




000
NOUS43 KGLD 181201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU SEP 18 2014

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1993, AN EARLY MORNING SEVERE THUNDERSTORM DUMPED HAIL UP TO
GOLF BALL SIZE IN BEECHER ISLAND COLORADO, IN YUMA COUNTY. THE HAIL
BROKE WINDOWS AND DAMAGED VEHICLES AS WELL AS DESTROYING
CROPS.

$$




000
NOUS43 KGLD 181201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU SEP 18 2014

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1993, AN EARLY MORNING SEVERE THUNDERSTORM DUMPED HAIL UP TO
GOLF BALL SIZE IN BEECHER ISLAND COLORADO, IN YUMA COUNTY. THE HAIL
BROKE WINDOWS AND DAMAGED VEHICLES AS WELL AS DESTROYING
CROPS.

$$




000
NOUS43 KGLD 181201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU SEP 18 2014

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1993, AN EARLY MORNING SEVERE THUNDERSTORM DUMPED HAIL UP TO
GOLF BALL SIZE IN BEECHER ISLAND COLORADO, IN YUMA COUNTY. THE HAIL
BROKE WINDOWS AND DAMAGED VEHICLES AS WELL AS DESTROYING
CROPS.

$$




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181032
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP: 67
SKIES: OVERCAST WITH RAIN
ROADS: NORMAL TO WET IN AREAS



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181032
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP: 67
SKIES: OVERCAST WITH RAIN
ROADS: NORMAL TO WET IN AREAS




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181032
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:30 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
KANSAS TURNPIKE
TEMPS: 63-72
ROADWAYS ARE NORMAL FROM THE OKLAHOMA STATE LINE TO EL DORADO.
THERE ARE WET
ROADWAYS FROM EL DORADO TO TOPEKA.  ROADWAYS ARE NORMAL FROM
TOPEKA TO KANSAS
CITY



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181032
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:30 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
KANSAS TURNPIKE
TEMPS: 63-72
ROADWAYS ARE NORMAL FROM THE OKLAHOMA STATE LINE TO EL DORADO.
THERE ARE WET
ROADWAYS FROM EL DORADO TO TOPEKA.  ROADWAYS ARE NORMAL FROM
TOPEKA TO KANSAS
CITY




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181031
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS: 69 - 74
SKIES: OVERCAST
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181031
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS: 69 - 74
SKIES: OVERCAST
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181031
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS: 69 - 74
SKIES: OVERCAST
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181031
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS: 69 - 74
SKIES: OVERCAST
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:28 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTHWEST REGION
TEMP 62-68
SKIES OVERCAST
ROADS NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:28 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTHWEST REGION
TEMP 62-68
SKIES OVERCAST
ROADS NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:27 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTHEASTERN REGION
TEMPS  65
SKIES  FOG/MIST
ROADS  NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:27 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTHEASTERN REGION
TEMPS  65
SKIES  FOG/MIST
ROADS  NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:27 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTHEASTERN REGION
TEMPS  65
SKIES  FOG/MIST
ROADS  NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:27 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
NORTHEASTERN REGION
TEMPS  65
SKIES  FOG/MIST
ROADS  NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:27 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMPS 61-63

ROADS NORMAL

SKIES FOG/MIST



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:27 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMPS 61-63

ROADS NORMAL

SKIES FOG/MIST



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:27 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMPS 61-63

ROADS NORMAL

SKIES FOG/MIST



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:27 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMPS 61-63

ROADS NORMAL

SKIES FOG/MIST



000
SXUS43 KTOP 181027
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:25 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
OVERCAST SKIES WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS
ROADWAYS NORMAL
TEMPS 63-68




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181027
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:25 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
OVERCAST SKIES WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS
ROADWAYS NORMAL
TEMPS 63-68




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181027
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:25 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
OVERCAST SKIES WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS
ROADWAYS NORMAL
TEMPS 63-68




000
SXUS43 KTOP 181027
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:25 2014/09/18
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
OVERCAST SKIES WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS
ROADWAYS NORMAL
TEMPS 63-68




000
NWUS53 KTOP 180733
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
233 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0230 AM     HAIL             8 S WAVERLY             38.28N 95.60W
09/18/2014  E1.00 INCH       COFFEY             KS   TRAINED SPOTTER


&&

$$

KSANDERS




000
NWUS53 KTOP 180733
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
233 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0230 AM     HAIL             8 S WAVERLY             38.28N 95.60W
09/18/2014  E1.00 INCH       COFFEY             KS   TRAINED SPOTTER


&&

$$

KSANDERS



000
NWUS53 KICT 180705
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
205 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0200 AM     HAIL             IOLA                    37.93N 95.40W
09/18/2014  E0.25 INCH       ALLEN              KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            PEA SIZE HAIL AND 40 TO 50 MPH WINDS REPORTED IN IOLA.


&&

$$

ADK



000
NWUS53 KICT 180705
LSRICT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
205 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0200 AM     HAIL             IOLA                    37.93N 95.40W
09/18/2014  E0.25 INCH       ALLEN              KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            PEA SIZE HAIL AND 40 TO 50 MPH WINDS REPORTED IN IOLA.


&&

$$

ADK




000
NWUS53 KTOP 180643
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
143 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0135 AM     HAIL             5 NW WAKEFIELD          39.27N 97.08W
09/18/2014  E1.75 INCH       CLAY               KS   TRAINED SPOTTER


&&

$$

KSANDERS



000
NWUS53 KTOP 180637
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
137 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0120 AM     HAIL             MINNEAPOLIS             39.12N 97.71W
09/18/2014  M2.00 INCH       OTTAWA             KS   CO-OP OBSERVER


&&

$$

KSANDERS




000
NWUS53 KTOP 180637
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
137 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0120 AM     HAIL             MINNEAPOLIS             39.12N 97.71W
09/18/2014  M2.00 INCH       OTTAWA             KS   CO-OP OBSERVER


&&

$$

KSANDERS




000
NWUS53 KTOP 180637
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
137 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0120 AM     HAIL             MINNEAPOLIS             39.12N 97.71W
09/18/2014  M2.00 INCH       OTTAWA             KS   CO-OP OBSERVER


&&

$$

KSANDERS




000
NWUS53 KTOP 180637
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
137 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0120 AM     HAIL             MINNEAPOLIS             39.12N 97.71W
09/18/2014  M2.00 INCH       OTTAWA             KS   CO-OP OBSERVER


&&

$$

KSANDERS




000
NWUS53 KTOP 180628
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
128 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0121 AM     HAIL             NNE MINNEAPOLIS         39.12N 97.70W
09/18/2014  E1.75 INCH       OTTAWA             KS   TRAINED SPOTTER


&&

$$

KSANDERS



000
NWUS53 KTOP 180628
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
128 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0121 AM     HAIL             NNE MINNEAPOLIS         39.12N 97.70W
09/18/2014  E1.75 INCH       OTTAWA             KS   TRAINED SPOTTER


&&

$$

KSANDERS




000
SXUS43 KTOP 180507
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1207 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 06Z TAFS THROUGH 06Z THURSDAY NIGHT)
ISSUED AT 1158 PM CDT WED SEP 17 2014

FOG HAS QUICKLY DEVELOPED AT TOP/FOE, WITH MORE GRADUAL VIS
RESTRICTIONS BUILDING INTO MHK. EXPECT THE LIFR VIS TO BE DOMINANT
THROUGH 14Z AT TOP/FOE, ALTHOUGH IT MAY FLUCTUATE BETWEEN 06Z AND
09Z AS MID CLOUDS MOVE OVERHEAD. THESE CLOUDS SHOULD CLEAR OUT
THOUGH WITH THE FOG PERSISTING. MHK WILL BE MORE HEAVILY
INFLUENCED BY THE MID CLOUD COVER, AND DO NOT EXPECT SUCH LOW VIS
AT MHK FOR THIS REASON...ALTHOUGH A PERIOD OF IFR SEEMS LIKELY
AROUND SUNRISE. VIS WILL IMPROVE AFTER 14Z BUT EXPECT BROKEN
CEILINGS TO REMAIN THROUGH MUCH OF THE MORNING, WITH CIGS RISING
FROM IFR TO MVFR BEFORE SCATTERING OUT.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         706 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  090/08 MPH
                                     9 AM  100/09 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 606 PM):        200FT  102/05 MPH
                                      400FT  086/07 MPH
                                      600FT  079/09 MPH
                                      800FT  078/10 MPH
                                     1000FT  073/11 MPH
                                     1500FT  094/11 MPH
                                     2000FT  092/10 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 089/09 MPH
                                       87FT  089/11 MPH
                                      242FT  090/13 MPH
                                      511FT  098/18 MPH
                                      914FT  102/19 MPH
                                     1442FT  104/15 MPH
                                     2091FT  112/13 MPH
                                     2812FT  112/10 MPH
                                     3609FT  097/09 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 101/08 MPH
                                       87FT  101/11 MPH
                                      242FT  102/12 MPH
                                      510FT  102/15 MPH
                                      910FT  103/19 MPH
                                     1436FT  104/18 MPH
                                     2082FT  103/14 MPH
                                     2802FT  099/12 MPH
                                     3600FT  096/11 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 106/09 MPH
                                       84FT  107/12 MPH
                                      238FT  108/13 MPH
                                      506FT  108/14 MPH
                                      908FT  103/19 MPH
                                     1436FT  104/18 MPH
                                     2082FT  103/14 MPH
                                     2802FT  099/12 MPH
                                     3600FT  096/11 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  1687 FT
                                     9 AM  1881 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:         728 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   5 PM  110/10 MPH
                    7 PM  110/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$








000
SXUS43 KTOP 180507
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1207 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 06Z TAFS THROUGH 06Z THURSDAY NIGHT)
ISSUED AT 1158 PM CDT WED SEP 17 2014

FOG HAS QUICKLY DEVELOPED AT TOP/FOE, WITH MORE GRADUAL VIS
RESTRICTIONS BUILDING INTO MHK. EXPECT THE LIFR VIS TO BE DOMINANT
THROUGH 14Z AT TOP/FOE, ALTHOUGH IT MAY FLUCTUATE BETWEEN 06Z AND
09Z AS MID CLOUDS MOVE OVERHEAD. THESE CLOUDS SHOULD CLEAR OUT
THOUGH WITH THE FOG PERSISTING. MHK WILL BE MORE HEAVILY
INFLUENCED BY THE MID CLOUD COVER, AND DO NOT EXPECT SUCH LOW VIS
AT MHK FOR THIS REASON...ALTHOUGH A PERIOD OF IFR SEEMS LIKELY
AROUND SUNRISE. VIS WILL IMPROVE AFTER 14Z BUT EXPECT BROKEN
CEILINGS TO REMAIN THROUGH MUCH OF THE MORNING, WITH CIGS RISING
FROM IFR TO MVFR BEFORE SCATTERING OUT.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         706 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  090/08 MPH
                                     9 AM  100/09 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 606 PM):        200FT  102/05 MPH
                                      400FT  086/07 MPH
                                      600FT  079/09 MPH
                                      800FT  078/10 MPH
                                     1000FT  073/11 MPH
                                     1500FT  094/11 MPH
                                     2000FT  092/10 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 089/09 MPH
                                       87FT  089/11 MPH
                                      242FT  090/13 MPH
                                      511FT  098/18 MPH
                                      914FT  102/19 MPH
                                     1442FT  104/15 MPH
                                     2091FT  112/13 MPH
                                     2812FT  112/10 MPH
                                     3609FT  097/09 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 101/08 MPH
                                       87FT  101/11 MPH
                                      242FT  102/12 MPH
                                      510FT  102/15 MPH
                                      910FT  103/19 MPH
                                     1436FT  104/18 MPH
                                     2082FT  103/14 MPH
                                     2802FT  099/12 MPH
                                     3600FT  096/11 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 106/09 MPH
                                       84FT  107/12 MPH
                                      238FT  108/13 MPH
                                      506FT  108/14 MPH
                                      908FT  103/19 MPH
                                     1436FT  104/18 MPH
                                     2082FT  103/14 MPH
                                     2802FT  099/12 MPH
                                     3600FT  096/11 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  1687 FT
                                     9 AM  1881 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:         728 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   5 PM  110/10 MPH
                    7 PM  110/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$







000
SXUS43 KTOP 172101
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:59 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS/ 88 - 97
SKIES/ FAIR - PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS/ NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 172101
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:59 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS/ 88 - 97
SKIES/ FAIR - PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS/ NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 172100
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:57 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP  79-89
SKIES MOSTLY SUNNY
ROADS NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 172100
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:57 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP  79-89
SKIES MOSTLY SUNNY
ROADS NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 172049
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:46 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS 74 - 98 DEGREES    ROADWAY NORMAL THE ENTIRE ROUTE



000
SXUS43 KTOP 172049
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:46 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS 74 - 98 DEGREES    ROADWAY NORMAL THE ENTIRE ROUTE



000
SXUS43 KTOP 172049
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:46 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS 74 - 98 DEGREES    ROADWAY NORMAL THE ENTIRE ROUTE



000
SXUS43 KTOP 172049
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:46 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS 74 - 98 DEGREES    ROADWAY NORMAL THE ENTIRE ROUTE



000
SXUS43 KTOP 172036
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:34 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST
TEMPS:  74-79
SKIES:  PARTLY SUNNY
ROADS:  NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 172034
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:32 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
NORTHWEST
TEMPS 85 - 90
SKIES FAIR
ROADS NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 172034
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:32 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMP: 72
SKIES: MOSTLY CLOUDY
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 172030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:28 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST REGION
TEMP: 87-95 DEGREES
SKIES: MOSTLY SUNNY - SUNNY
WINDS: 0-7 MPH
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 172030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:28 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST REGION
TEMP: 87-95 DEGREES
SKIES: MOSTLY SUNNY - SUNNY
WINDS: 0-7 MPH
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 171804
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
104 PM CDT WED SEP 17 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z THURSDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1226 PM CDT WED SEP 17 2014

THE TERMINALS ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN WITHIN A NORTHEAST TO
EASTERLY LOW LEVEL FLOW THROUGH THE PERIOD WITH LITTLE OR NO DRY
AIR ADVECTION AT THE SURFACE. CONFIDENCE IN WHEN THE STRATUS WILL
BURN OFF IS MARGINAL, BUT THERE ARE SIGNS FROM SATELLITE AND
RECENT OBS THAT IT IS STARTING TO ERODE. INITALLY BASED THE TIMING
OF IMPROVEMENTS TO CIGS ON THE RAP FORECAST SOUNDINGS BUT ADJUSTED
THEM TO HOLD ONTO THE CIGS SLIGHTLY LONGER SINCE THERE SEEMS TO BE
A EXPANSIVE DECK OF CLOUDS STILL TO THE EAST AND NORTHEAST.
MODELS HAVE BACKED OFF ON ELEVATED PRECIP OVERNIGHT. THINK THIS
MAY BE DUE TO SOME DRY AIR IN THE 900MB TO 700MB LAYER SEEN IN THE
ISENTROPIC SURFACES. WITH MODELS SHEARING OUT THE UPSTREAM
VORTICITY OR KEEPING THE VORT MAX TO THE NORTHEAST OF THE
TERMINALS, THINK IT IS MORE LIKELY TO REMAIN DRY OVERNIGHT AT THE
TERMINALS AND WILL NOT INSERT A MENTION OF PRECIP AT THIS TIME.
MOS GUIDANCE ALSO WANTS TO REDEVELOP FOG (POSSIBLY DENSE) FOR
THURSDAY MORNING. HOWEVER FORECAST SOUNDINGS FROM THE RAP AND NAM
SUGGEST ANY MOISTURE WILL BE VERY SHALLOW AND THAT 925MB WINDS OF
15 TO 20KT SHOULD KEEP SOME DRY AIR MIXING INTO THE BOUNDARY LAYER
THROUGH THE NIGHT. ADDITIONALLY MODELS SHOW SOME POSSIBLE MID
LEVEL CLOUDS MOVING OVERHEAD LIMITING THE RADIATIONAL EFFECTS FOR
GROUND FOG. BECAUSE OF THIS, I`M NOT READY TO PUT IFR VSBY IN THE
FORECAST.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          728 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           5 PM  090/07 MPH
                                     7 PM  080/07 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 621 AM):        200FT  129/09 MPH
                                      400FT  142/11 MPH
                                      600FT  176/12 MPH
                                      800FT  202/14 MPH
                                     1000FT  227/23 MPH
                                     1500FT  238/33 MPH
                                     2000FT  255/40 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 107/08 MPH
                                       74FT  108/09 MPH
                                      233FT  108/10 MPH
                                      508FT  108/10 MPH
                                      918FT  106/11 MPH
                                     1449FT  106/11 MPH
                                     2097FT  103/11 MPH
                                     2819FT  081/10 MPH
                                     3619FT  032/17 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 099/07 MPH
                                       74FT  099/08 MPH
                                      233FT  099/09 MPH
                                      508FT  099/09 MPH
                                      917FT  099/09 MPH
                                     1451FT  099/09 MPH
                                     2100FT  093/09 MPH
                                     2819FT  063/12 MPH
                                     3621FT  033/16 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 096/04 MPH
                                       80FT  095/07 MPH
                                      235FT  096/09 MPH
                                      513FT  096/09 MPH
                                      921FT  099/09 MPH
                                     1451FT  099/09 MPH
                                     2100FT  093/09 MPH
                                     2819FT  063/12 MPH
                                     3621FT  033/16 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                5 PM  3157 FT
                                     7 PM  2909 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        707 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  090/07 MPH
                    9 AM  100/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$







000
SXUS43 KTOP 171804
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
104 PM CDT WED SEP 17 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z THURSDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1226 PM CDT WED SEP 17 2014

THE TERMINALS ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN WITHIN A NORTHEAST TO
EASTERLY LOW LEVEL FLOW THROUGH THE PERIOD WITH LITTLE OR NO DRY
AIR ADVECTION AT THE SURFACE. CONFIDENCE IN WHEN THE STRATUS WILL
BURN OFF IS MARGINAL, BUT THERE ARE SIGNS FROM SATELLITE AND
RECENT OBS THAT IT IS STARTING TO ERODE. INITALLY BASED THE TIMING
OF IMPROVEMENTS TO CIGS ON THE RAP FORECAST SOUNDINGS BUT ADJUSTED
THEM TO HOLD ONTO THE CIGS SLIGHTLY LONGER SINCE THERE SEEMS TO BE
A EXPANSIVE DECK OF CLOUDS STILL TO THE EAST AND NORTHEAST.
MODELS HAVE BACKED OFF ON ELEVATED PRECIP OVERNIGHT. THINK THIS
MAY BE DUE TO SOME DRY AIR IN THE 900MB TO 700MB LAYER SEEN IN THE
ISENTROPIC SURFACES. WITH MODELS SHEARING OUT THE UPSTREAM
VORTICITY OR KEEPING THE VORT MAX TO THE NORTHEAST OF THE
TERMINALS, THINK IT IS MORE LIKELY TO REMAIN DRY OVERNIGHT AT THE
TERMINALS AND WILL NOT INSERT A MENTION OF PRECIP AT THIS TIME.
MOS GUIDANCE ALSO WANTS TO REDEVELOP FOG (POSSIBLY DENSE) FOR
THURSDAY MORNING. HOWEVER FORECAST SOUNDINGS FROM THE RAP AND NAM
SUGGEST ANY MOISTURE WILL BE VERY SHALLOW AND THAT 925MB WINDS OF
15 TO 20KT SHOULD KEEP SOME DRY AIR MIXING INTO THE BOUNDARY LAYER
THROUGH THE NIGHT. ADDITIONALLY MODELS SHOW SOME POSSIBLE MID
LEVEL CLOUDS MOVING OVERHEAD LIMITING THE RADIATIONAL EFFECTS FOR
GROUND FOG. BECAUSE OF THIS, I`M NOT READY TO PUT IFR VSBY IN THE
FORECAST.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          728 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           5 PM  090/07 MPH
                                     7 PM  080/07 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 621 AM):        200FT  129/09 MPH
                                      400FT  142/11 MPH
                                      600FT  176/12 MPH
                                      800FT  202/14 MPH
                                     1000FT  227/23 MPH
                                     1500FT  238/33 MPH
                                     2000FT  255/40 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 107/08 MPH
                                       74FT  108/09 MPH
                                      233FT  108/10 MPH
                                      508FT  108/10 MPH
                                      918FT  106/11 MPH
                                     1449FT  106/11 MPH
                                     2097FT  103/11 MPH
                                     2819FT  081/10 MPH
                                     3619FT  032/17 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 099/07 MPH
                                       74FT  099/08 MPH
                                      233FT  099/09 MPH
                                      508FT  099/09 MPH
                                      917FT  099/09 MPH
                                     1451FT  099/09 MPH
                                     2100FT  093/09 MPH
                                     2819FT  063/12 MPH
                                     3621FT  033/16 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 096/04 MPH
                                       80FT  095/07 MPH
                                      235FT  096/09 MPH
                                      513FT  096/09 MPH
                                      921FT  099/09 MPH
                                     1451FT  099/09 MPH
                                     2100FT  093/09 MPH
                                     2819FT  063/12 MPH
                                     3621FT  033/16 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                5 PM  3157 FT
                                     7 PM  2909 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        707 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  090/07 MPH
                    9 AM  100/09 MPH

&&

THIS FORECAST IS NOT ROUTINELY UPDATED OR AMENDED OUTSIDE OF
SCHEDULED ISSUANCES. A METEOROLOGIST WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT PHONE
NUMBER 1-785-234-2592.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TOPEKA

$$








000
SXUS43 KTOP 171708
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
12:06 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMP    71
SKY     CLOUDY
ROADS   NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 171655
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:54 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST REGION
TEMP 72-79//CLEAR SKIES//ROADS NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 171652
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:50 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
NORTHCENTRAL REGION
 TEMP: 77
SKIES: CLEAR
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 171652
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:50 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
NORTHCENTRAL REGION
 TEMP: 77
SKIES: CLEAR
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 171652
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:50 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
NORTHCENTRAL REGION
 TEMP: 77
SKIES: CLEAR
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 171652
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:50 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
NORTHCENTRAL REGION
 TEMP: 77
SKIES: CLEAR
ROADS: NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 171643
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:40 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
TEMPS  69-86
SKIES  FAIR TO PARTLY CLOUDY TO FOG/MIST
ROADS  NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 171643
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:40 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
TEMPS  69-86
SKIES  FAIR TO PARTLY CLOUDY TO FOG/MIST
ROADS  NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 171643
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:40 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
TEMPS  69-86
SKIES  FAIR TO PARTLY CLOUDY TO FOG/MIST
ROADS  NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 171643
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:40 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
TEMPS  69-86
SKIES  FAIR TO PARTLY CLOUDY TO FOG/MIST
ROADS  NORMAL



000
SXUS43 KTOP 171637
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:35 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION

TEMP   67
SKIES  CLOUDY
ROADS  DRY




000
SXUS43 KTOP 171637
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:35 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION

TEMP   67
SKIES  CLOUDY
ROADS  DRY




000
SXUS43 KTOP 171637
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:35 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION

TEMP   67
SKIES  CLOUDY
ROADS  DRY




000
SXUS43 KTOP 171637
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:35 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION

TEMP   67
SKIES  CLOUDY
ROADS  DRY




000
SXUS43 KTOP 171629
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:27 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
NORTHWEST REGION
TEMP 70-75
ROADS NORMAL
SKIES FAIR




000
SXUS43 KTOP 171628
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:26 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS 69-86. ROADWAYS NORMAL FROM OKLAHOMA TO LAWRENCE, WET
ROADS FROM LAWRENCE
TO KC.




000
SXUS43 KTOP 171628
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:26 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS 69-86. ROADWAYS NORMAL FROM OKLAHOMA TO LAWRENCE, WET
ROADS FROM LAWRENCE
TO KC.




000
SXUS43 KTOP 171628
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:26 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS 69-86. ROADWAYS NORMAL FROM OKLAHOMA TO LAWRENCE, WET
ROADS FROM LAWRENCE
TO KC.




000
SXUS43 KTOP 171628
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:26 2014/09/17
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS 69-86. ROADWAYS NORMAL FROM OKLAHOMA TO LAWRENCE, WET
ROADS FROM LAWRENCE
TO KC.




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