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SXUS43 KTOP 232333
RECTOP

AFTERNOON LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
533 PM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 00Z TAFS THROUGH 00Z MONDAY EVENING)
ISSUED AT 530 PM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

AREAS OF LIGHT RAIN WILL CONTINUE TO TRACK ACROSS THE TAF SITES
BEFORE EXITING EAST OF THE AREA BY MID EVENING. CIGS/VIS SHOULD
STEADILY IMPROVE AS DRY AIR QUICKLY MOVES IN BEHIND THE RAIN, WITH
VFR CONDITIONS EXPECTED THROUGH THE REMAINDER OF THE PERIOD. THE
TIGHT PRESSURE GRADIENT IN PLACE OVER THE REGION SHOULD STAY
ANCHORED OVER THE REGION THROUGH TONIGHT AND MOST OF THE DAY ON
MONDAY, RESULTING IN GUSTY NORTHWESTERLY WINDS OF 20-25KTS
PERSISTING THROUGH THE PERIOD.

.THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:                          503 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 504 PM):        200FT  335/16 MPH
                                      400FT  336/23 MPH
                                      600FT  338/25 MPH
                                      800FT  342/29 MPH
                                     1000FT  339/36 MPH
                                     1500FT  348/46 MPH
                                     2000FT  356/57 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 340/17 MPH
                                       83FT  341/23 MPH
                                      232FT  343/26 MPH
                                      490FT  344/30 MPH
                                      872FT  346/34 MPH
                                     1372FT  349/38 MPH
                                     1976FT  353/43 MPH
                                     2652FT  357/47 MPH
                                     3400FT  002/45 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 336/18 MPH
                                       89FT  338/24 MPH
                                      235FT  339/28 MPH
                                      494FT  341/31 MPH
                                      875FT  343/35 MPH
                                     1373FT  345/39 MPH
                                     1976FT  350/45 MPH
                                     2647FT  353/47 MPH
                                     3396FT  358/45 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 339/18 MPH
                                       92FT  341/25 MPH
                                      240FT  342/29 MPH
                                      497FT  343/33 MPH
                                      881FT  343/35 MPH
                                     1373FT  345/39 MPH
                                     1976FT  350/45 MPH
                                     2647FT  353/47 MPH
                                     3396FT  358/45 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        715 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  300/16G26 MPH
                    9 AM  300/18G28 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 232333
RECTOP

AFTERNOON LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
533 PM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 00Z TAFS THROUGH 00Z MONDAY EVENING)
ISSUED AT 530 PM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

AREAS OF LIGHT RAIN WILL CONTINUE TO TRACK ACROSS THE TAF SITES
BEFORE EXITING EAST OF THE AREA BY MID EVENING. CIGS/VIS SHOULD
STEADILY IMPROVE AS DRY AIR QUICKLY MOVES IN BEHIND THE RAIN, WITH
VFR CONDITIONS EXPECTED THROUGH THE REMAINDER OF THE PERIOD. THE
TIGHT PRESSURE GRADIENT IN PLACE OVER THE REGION SHOULD STAY
ANCHORED OVER THE REGION THROUGH TONIGHT AND MOST OF THE DAY ON
MONDAY, RESULTING IN GUSTY NORTHWESTERLY WINDS OF 20-25KTS
PERSISTING THROUGH THE PERIOD.

.THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:                          503 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 504 PM):        200FT  335/16 MPH
                                      400FT  336/23 MPH
                                      600FT  338/25 MPH
                                      800FT  342/29 MPH
                                     1000FT  339/36 MPH
                                     1500FT  348/46 MPH
                                     2000FT  356/57 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 340/17 MPH
                                       83FT  341/23 MPH
                                      232FT  343/26 MPH
                                      490FT  344/30 MPH
                                      872FT  346/34 MPH
                                     1372FT  349/38 MPH
                                     1976FT  353/43 MPH
                                     2652FT  357/47 MPH
                                     3400FT  002/45 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 336/18 MPH
                                       89FT  338/24 MPH
                                      235FT  339/28 MPH
                                      494FT  341/31 MPH
                                      875FT  343/35 MPH
                                     1373FT  345/39 MPH
                                     1976FT  350/45 MPH
                                     2647FT  353/47 MPH
                                     3396FT  358/45 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 339/18 MPH
                                       92FT  341/25 MPH
                                      240FT  342/29 MPH
                                      497FT  343/33 MPH
                                      881FT  343/35 MPH
                                     1373FT  345/39 MPH
                                     1976FT  350/45 MPH
                                     2647FT  353/47 MPH
                                     3396FT  358/45 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        715 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  300/16G26 MPH
                    9 AM  300/18G28 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
NOUS43 KICT 232113
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-240912-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
312 PM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

...PEAK WIND GUSTS AS OF 3 PM...

LOCATION                       SPEED     TIME/DATE
GREAT BEND MUNICIPAL AIRPORT   54 MPH    1235 PM 11/23
RUSSELL MUNICIPAL AIRPORT      52 MPH    1149 AM 11/23
SALINA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT       51 MPH    1257 PM 11/23
1 N ELLSWORTH                  49 MPH    0118 PM 11/23
COLONEL JAMES JABARA AIRPORT   49 MPH    0212 PM 11/23
WICHITA MID-CONTINENT AIRPORT  47 MPH    0200 PM 11/23
3 NNW STRONG CITY              47 MPH    0230 PM 11/23
NEWTON-CITY-COUNTY AIRPORT     46 MPH    0235 PM 11/23
7 SW WESTFALL                  45 MPH    1224 PM 11/23
1 S GREAT BEND AIRPORT         45 MPH    1246 PM 11/23
MCCONNELL AIR FORCE BASE       45 MPH    0227 PM 11/23
1 NNW KINGMAN                  45 MPH    0135 PM 11/23
HUTCHINSON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT   45 MPH    0154 PM 11/23
3 N WELLINGTON                 44 MPH    0253 PM 11/23
3 WNW HAYSVILLE                44 MPH    0214 PM 11/23
1 WSW HARPER                   43 MPH    0215 PM 11/23
4 NNW CLEARWATER               43 MPH    0240 PM 11/23
MULVANE                        43 MPH    0247 PM 11/23
9 NE EL DORADO                 41 MPH    0230 PM 11/23
5 NNW SALINA                   40 MPH    1237 PM 11/23
MCPHERSON                      40 MPH    0139 PM 11/23
6 S MAIZE                      40 MPH    0247 PM 11/23
2 SW MCPHERSON                 40 MPH    1241 PM 11/23

OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

$$




000
NOUS43 KICT 232113
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-240912-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
312 PM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

...PEAK WIND GUSTS AS OF 3 PM...

LOCATION                       SPEED     TIME/DATE
GREAT BEND MUNICIPAL AIRPORT   54 MPH    1235 PM 11/23
RUSSELL MUNICIPAL AIRPORT      52 MPH    1149 AM 11/23
SALINA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT       51 MPH    1257 PM 11/23
1 N ELLSWORTH                  49 MPH    0118 PM 11/23
COLONEL JAMES JABARA AIRPORT   49 MPH    0212 PM 11/23
WICHITA MID-CONTINENT AIRPORT  47 MPH    0200 PM 11/23
3 NNW STRONG CITY              47 MPH    0230 PM 11/23
NEWTON-CITY-COUNTY AIRPORT     46 MPH    0235 PM 11/23
7 SW WESTFALL                  45 MPH    1224 PM 11/23
1 S GREAT BEND AIRPORT         45 MPH    1246 PM 11/23
MCCONNELL AIR FORCE BASE       45 MPH    0227 PM 11/23
1 NNW KINGMAN                  45 MPH    0135 PM 11/23
HUTCHINSON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT   45 MPH    0154 PM 11/23
3 N WELLINGTON                 44 MPH    0253 PM 11/23
3 WNW HAYSVILLE                44 MPH    0214 PM 11/23
1 WSW HARPER                   43 MPH    0215 PM 11/23
4 NNW CLEARWATER               43 MPH    0240 PM 11/23
MULVANE                        43 MPH    0247 PM 11/23
9 NE EL DORADO                 41 MPH    0230 PM 11/23
5 NNW SALINA                   40 MPH    1237 PM 11/23
MCPHERSON                      40 MPH    0139 PM 11/23
6 S MAIZE                      40 MPH    0247 PM 11/23
2 SW MCPHERSON                 40 MPH    1241 PM 11/23

OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

$$





000
NOUS43 KICT 232000
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-240759-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
159 PM CST SUN NOV 23 2014


...PEAK WIND GUSTS AS OF 2PM...

LOCATION                       SPEED     TIME/DATE
GREAT BEND MUNICIPAL AIRPORT   54 MPH    1235 PM 11/23
RUSSELL MUNICIPAL AIRPORT      52 MPH    1149 AM 11/23
1 N ELLSWORTH                  49 MPH    0118 PM 11/23
7 SW WESTFALL                  45 MPH    1224 PM 11/23
1 S GREAT BEND AIRPORT         45 MPH    1246 PM 11/23
1 NNW KINGMAN                  45 MPH    0135 PM 11/23
NEWTON-CITY-COUNTY AIRPORT     43 MPH    0115 PM 11/23
HUTCHINSON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT   43 MPH    0140 PM 11/23
WICHITA MID-CONTINENT AIRPORT  43 MPH    0146 PM 11/23
COLONEL JAMES JABARA AIRPORT   41 MPH    0128 PM 11/23
5 NNW SALINA                   40 MPH    1237 PM 11/23
1 WSW HARPER                   40 MPH    0135 PM 11/23
2 SW MCPHERSON                 40 MPH    1241 PM 11/23
3 WNW HAYSVILLE                40 MPH    0144 PM 11/23


OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

$$

NWS WICHITA KS




000
NOUS43 KICT 232000
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-240759-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
159 PM CST SUN NOV 23 2014


...PEAK WIND GUSTS AS OF 2PM...

LOCATION                       SPEED     TIME/DATE
GREAT BEND MUNICIPAL AIRPORT   54 MPH    1235 PM 11/23
RUSSELL MUNICIPAL AIRPORT      52 MPH    1149 AM 11/23
1 N ELLSWORTH                  49 MPH    0118 PM 11/23
7 SW WESTFALL                  45 MPH    1224 PM 11/23
1 S GREAT BEND AIRPORT         45 MPH    1246 PM 11/23
1 NNW KINGMAN                  45 MPH    0135 PM 11/23
NEWTON-CITY-COUNTY AIRPORT     43 MPH    0115 PM 11/23
HUTCHINSON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT   43 MPH    0140 PM 11/23
WICHITA MID-CONTINENT AIRPORT  43 MPH    0146 PM 11/23
COLONEL JAMES JABARA AIRPORT   41 MPH    0128 PM 11/23
5 NNW SALINA                   40 MPH    1237 PM 11/23
1 WSW HARPER                   40 MPH    0135 PM 11/23
2 SW MCPHERSON                 40 MPH    1241 PM 11/23
3 WNW HAYSVILLE                40 MPH    0144 PM 11/23


OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

$$

NWS WICHITA KS


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000
NWUS53 KDDC 231927
LSRDDC

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DODGE CITY KS
127 PM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

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

0700 AM     SNOW             5 WNW BIG BOW           37.59N 101.65W
11/16/2014  E7.0 INCH        STANTON            KS   PUBLIC


&&

$$

JFINCH



000
NWUS53 KDDC 231926
LSRDDC

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DODGE CITY KS
126 PM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

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

0700 AM     SNOW             4 NNE BIG BOW           37.62N 101.54W
11/16/2014  E5.5 INCH        STANTON            KS   PUBLIC

0700 AM     SNOW             4 NNE BIG BOW           37.62N 101.54W
11/16/2014  E5.5 INCH        STANTON            KS   PUBLIC


&&

$$

JFINCH




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231729
RECTOP

AFTERNOON LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1129 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z MONDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1118 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

TREND STILL APPEARS TO BE FOR MVFR CIGS AND VISBY TO CONTINUE,
WITH A BAND OF IFR A FEW HOURS BEFORE THE FRONT PASSES AT TOP/FOE.
ANTICIPATE LIGHT RAIN WILL PREVAIL, WITH A BAND OF MODERATE RAIN
TRAVERSING THE TERMINALS THROUGH THE EVENING HOURS. RAIN ENDS LATE
EVENING AND CIGS LIFT TO VFR AROUND 3500FT. RAIN/SNOW MIX APPEARS
BRIEF ENOUGH TO REMOVE MENTION IN TAF.

.THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:                          503 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           2 PM  300/14 MPH
                                     4 PM  340/21G30 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 510 AM):        200FT  160/16 MPH
                                      400FT  160/20 MPH
                                      600FT  168/25 MPH
                                      800FT  175/29 MPH
                                     1000FT  188/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  192/37 MPH
                                     2000FT  189/36 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 347/17 MPH
                                       86FT  349/24 MPH
                                      233FT  350/28 MPH
                                      491FT  351/33 MPH
                                      874FT  353/37 MPH
                                     1372FT  354/41 MPH
                                     1979FT  358/46 MPH
                                     2656FT  002/50 MPH
                                     3411FT  008/41 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 330/20 MPH
                                       86FT  332/27 MPH
                                      235FT  333/31 MPH
                                      492FT  335/35 MPH
                                      874FT  337/40 MPH
                                     1371FT  339/44 MPH
                                     1974FT  341/48 MPH
                                     2649FT  345/54 MPH
                                     3396FT  351/53 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 333/20 MPH
                                       86FT  335/27 MPH
                                      235FT  336/32 MPH
                                      492FT  336/36 MPH
                                      876FT  337/40 MPH
                                     1371FT  339/44 MPH
                                     1974FT  341/48 MPH
                                     2649FT  345/54 MPH
                                     3396FT  351/53 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                2 PM  1397 FT
                                     4 PM  1153 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        715 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  300/17G26 MPH
                    9 AM  300/20G28 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 231729
RECTOP

AFTERNOON LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1129 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z MONDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1118 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

TREND STILL APPEARS TO BE FOR MVFR CIGS AND VISBY TO CONTINUE,
WITH A BAND OF IFR A FEW HOURS BEFORE THE FRONT PASSES AT TOP/FOE.
ANTICIPATE LIGHT RAIN WILL PREVAIL, WITH A BAND OF MODERATE RAIN
TRAVERSING THE TERMINALS THROUGH THE EVENING HOURS. RAIN ENDS LATE
EVENING AND CIGS LIFT TO VFR AROUND 3500FT. RAIN/SNOW MIX APPEARS
BRIEF ENOUGH TO REMOVE MENTION IN TAF.

.THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:                          503 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           2 PM  300/14 MPH
                                     4 PM  340/21G30 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 510 AM):        200FT  160/16 MPH
                                      400FT  160/20 MPH
                                      600FT  168/25 MPH
                                      800FT  175/29 MPH
                                     1000FT  188/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  192/37 MPH
                                     2000FT  189/36 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 347/17 MPH
                                       86FT  349/24 MPH
                                      233FT  350/28 MPH
                                      491FT  351/33 MPH
                                      874FT  353/37 MPH
                                     1372FT  354/41 MPH
                                     1979FT  358/46 MPH
                                     2656FT  002/50 MPH
                                     3411FT  008/41 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 330/20 MPH
                                       86FT  332/27 MPH
                                      235FT  333/31 MPH
                                      492FT  335/35 MPH
                                      874FT  337/40 MPH
                                     1371FT  339/44 MPH
                                     1974FT  341/48 MPH
                                     2649FT  345/54 MPH
                                     3396FT  351/53 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 333/20 MPH
                                       86FT  335/27 MPH
                                      235FT  336/32 MPH
                                      492FT  336/36 MPH
                                      876FT  337/40 MPH
                                     1371FT  339/44 MPH
                                     1974FT  341/48 MPH
                                     2649FT  345/54 MPH
                                     3396FT  351/53 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                2 PM  1397 FT
                                     4 PM  1153 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        715 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  300/17G26 MPH
                    9 AM  300/20G28 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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NOUS43 KGLD 231203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
500 AM MST SUN NOV 23 2014

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

IN 1992, A PRE THANKSGIVING BLIZZARD BELTED METRO DENVER. GUSTY
NORTH TO NORTHEAST WINDS AT 30 TO 40 MPH CAUSED NEAR WHITEOUT
CONDITIONS AS VISIBILITIES WERE OFTEN BELOW 1/4 MILE. THE STRONG
WINDS DROVE SNOW INTO DRIFTS OF MORE THAN 4 FEET. HUNDREDS OF
HOLIDAY TRAVELERS WERE STRANDED, WHEN AIRLINES CANCELED FLIGHTS AT
STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, WHERE SNOWFALL TOTALED 7.6 INCHES
AND NORTH WINDS GUSTED TO 37 MPH.

$$




000
NOUS43 KGLD 231203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
500 AM MST SUN NOV 23 2014

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

IN 1992, A PRE THANKSGIVING BLIZZARD BELTED METRO DENVER. GUSTY
NORTH TO NORTHEAST WINDS AT 30 TO 40 MPH CAUSED NEAR WHITEOUT
CONDITIONS AS VISIBILITIES WERE OFTEN BELOW 1/4 MILE. THE STRONG
WINDS DROVE SNOW INTO DRIFTS OF MORE THAN 4 FEET. HUNDREDS OF
HOLIDAY TRAVELERS WERE STRANDED, WHEN AIRLINES CANCELED FLIGHTS AT
STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, WHERE SNOWFALL TOTALED 7.6 INCHES
AND NORTH WINDS GUSTED TO 37 MPH.

$$




000
NOUS43 KGLD 231203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
500 AM MST SUN NOV 23 2014

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

IN 1992, A PRE THANKSGIVING BLIZZARD BELTED METRO DENVER. GUSTY
NORTH TO NORTHEAST WINDS AT 30 TO 40 MPH CAUSED NEAR WHITEOUT
CONDITIONS AS VISIBILITIES WERE OFTEN BELOW 1/4 MILE. THE STRONG
WINDS DROVE SNOW INTO DRIFTS OF MORE THAN 4 FEET. HUNDREDS OF
HOLIDAY TRAVELERS WERE STRANDED, WHEN AIRLINES CANCELED FLIGHTS AT
STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, WHERE SNOWFALL TOTALED 7.6 INCHES
AND NORTH WINDS GUSTED TO 37 MPH.

$$




000
NOUS43 KGLD 231203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
500 AM MST SUN NOV 23 2014

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

IN 1992, A PRE THANKSGIVING BLIZZARD BELTED METRO DENVER. GUSTY
NORTH TO NORTHEAST WINDS AT 30 TO 40 MPH CAUSED NEAR WHITEOUT
CONDITIONS AS VISIBILITIES WERE OFTEN BELOW 1/4 MILE. THE STRONG
WINDS DROVE SNOW INTO DRIFTS OF MORE THAN 4 FEET. HUNDREDS OF
HOLIDAY TRAVELERS WERE STRANDED, WHEN AIRLINES CANCELED FLIGHTS AT
STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, WHERE SNOWFALL TOTALED 7.6 INCHES
AND NORTH WINDS GUSTED TO 37 MPH.

$$




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231136
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
536 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z MONDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 535 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

CURRENT IFR/MVFR CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO HANG ON AT ALL TERMINALS
UNTIL LATE THIS EVENING.  LOW CEILINGS AND REDUCED VISIBILITIES ARE
CURRENTLY ACCOMPANIED BY WIDESPREAD DRIZZLE.  THIS PRECIPITATION
WILL TRANSITION TO LIGHT RAINSHOWERS BY 17Z AS A COLD FRONT BEGINS
TRACKING EASTWARD ACROSS THE AREA.  VCTS IS STILL MENTIONED DUE TO
WEAK ELEVATED INSTABILITY AHEAD OF THIS FRONT.  AFTER THE PASSAGE,
WINDS WILL VEER FROM THE SOUTH TO THE NORTHWEST, AND INCREASE TO
SUSTAINED SPEEDS OF 20 KTS, WITH GUSTS UP TO 30 KTS.  COLDER AIR
BEHIND THE FRONT WILL ALLOW FOR A RAIN/SNOW MIX UNTIL PRECIPITATION
FINALLY EXITS ALL TERMINALS BY 06Z.  AFTER THIS TIME, WINDS ARE
STILL EXPECTED TO REMAIN GUSTY, BUT SKIES WILL BEGIN TO CLEAR TO VFR.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         714 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  160/09 MPH
                                     9 AM  150/07 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 510 AM):        200FT  160/16 MPH
                                      400FT  160/20 MPH
                                      600FT  168/25 MPH
                                      800FT  175/29 MPH
                                     1000FT  188/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  192/37 MPH
                                     2000FT  189/36 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 187/08 MPH
                                       81FT  188/13 MPH
                                      233FT  189/15 MPH
                                      497FT  194/20 MPH
                                      889FT  198/25 MPH
                                     1398FT  202/27 MPH
                                     2017FT  203/28 MPH
                                     2710FT  204/29 MPH
                                     3478FT  215/27 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 187/06 MPH
                                       81FT  190/11 MPH
                                      233FT  193/12 MPH
                                      498FT  198/17 MPH
                                      890FT  204/22 MPH
                                     1399FT  207/24 MPH
                                     2018FT  209/24 MPH
                                     2708FT  215/23 MPH
                                     3479FT  232/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 163/05 MPH
                                       81FT  169/10 MPH
                                      233FT  173/11 MPH
                                      498FT  187/15 MPH
                                      890FT  204/22 MPH
                                     1399FT  207/24 MPH
                                     2018FT  209/24 MPH
                                     2708FT  215/23 MPH
                                     3479FT  232/21 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  1623 FT
                                     9 AM  1623 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:         503 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   2 PM  300/14G21 MPH
                    4 PM  340/21G31 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 231136
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
536 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z MONDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 535 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

CURRENT IFR/MVFR CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO HANG ON AT ALL TERMINALS
UNTIL LATE THIS EVENING.  LOW CEILINGS AND REDUCED VISIBILITIES ARE
CURRENTLY ACCOMPANIED BY WIDESPREAD DRIZZLE.  THIS PRECIPITATION
WILL TRANSITION TO LIGHT RAINSHOWERS BY 17Z AS A COLD FRONT BEGINS
TRACKING EASTWARD ACROSS THE AREA.  VCTS IS STILL MENTIONED DUE TO
WEAK ELEVATED INSTABILITY AHEAD OF THIS FRONT.  AFTER THE PASSAGE,
WINDS WILL VEER FROM THE SOUTH TO THE NORTHWEST, AND INCREASE TO
SUSTAINED SPEEDS OF 20 KTS, WITH GUSTS UP TO 30 KTS.  COLDER AIR
BEHIND THE FRONT WILL ALLOW FOR A RAIN/SNOW MIX UNTIL PRECIPITATION
FINALLY EXITS ALL TERMINALS BY 06Z.  AFTER THIS TIME, WINDS ARE
STILL EXPECTED TO REMAIN GUSTY, BUT SKIES WILL BEGIN TO CLEAR TO VFR.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         714 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  160/09 MPH
                                     9 AM  150/07 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 510 AM):        200FT  160/16 MPH
                                      400FT  160/20 MPH
                                      600FT  168/25 MPH
                                      800FT  175/29 MPH
                                     1000FT  188/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  192/37 MPH
                                     2000FT  189/36 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 187/08 MPH
                                       81FT  188/13 MPH
                                      233FT  189/15 MPH
                                      497FT  194/20 MPH
                                      889FT  198/25 MPH
                                     1398FT  202/27 MPH
                                     2017FT  203/28 MPH
                                     2710FT  204/29 MPH
                                     3478FT  215/27 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 187/06 MPH
                                       81FT  190/11 MPH
                                      233FT  193/12 MPH
                                      498FT  198/17 MPH
                                      890FT  204/22 MPH
                                     1399FT  207/24 MPH
                                     2018FT  209/24 MPH
                                     2708FT  215/23 MPH
                                     3479FT  232/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 163/05 MPH
                                       81FT  169/10 MPH
                                      233FT  173/11 MPH
                                      498FT  187/15 MPH
                                      890FT  204/22 MPH
                                     1399FT  207/24 MPH
                                     2018FT  209/24 MPH
                                     2708FT  215/23 MPH
                                     3479FT  232/21 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  1623 FT
                                     9 AM  1623 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:         503 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   2 PM  300/14G21 MPH
                    4 PM  340/21G31 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 231136
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
536 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z MONDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 535 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

CURRENT IFR/MVFR CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO HANG ON AT ALL TERMINALS
UNTIL LATE THIS EVENING.  LOW CEILINGS AND REDUCED VISIBILITIES ARE
CURRENTLY ACCOMPANIED BY WIDESPREAD DRIZZLE.  THIS PRECIPITATION
WILL TRANSITION TO LIGHT RAINSHOWERS BY 17Z AS A COLD FRONT BEGINS
TRACKING EASTWARD ACROSS THE AREA.  VCTS IS STILL MENTIONED DUE TO
WEAK ELEVATED INSTABILITY AHEAD OF THIS FRONT.  AFTER THE PASSAGE,
WINDS WILL VEER FROM THE SOUTH TO THE NORTHWEST, AND INCREASE TO
SUSTAINED SPEEDS OF 20 KTS, WITH GUSTS UP TO 30 KTS.  COLDER AIR
BEHIND THE FRONT WILL ALLOW FOR A RAIN/SNOW MIX UNTIL PRECIPITATION
FINALLY EXITS ALL TERMINALS BY 06Z.  AFTER THIS TIME, WINDS ARE
STILL EXPECTED TO REMAIN GUSTY, BUT SKIES WILL BEGIN TO CLEAR TO VFR.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         714 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  160/09 MPH
                                     9 AM  150/07 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 510 AM):        200FT  160/16 MPH
                                      400FT  160/20 MPH
                                      600FT  168/25 MPH
                                      800FT  175/29 MPH
                                     1000FT  188/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  192/37 MPH
                                     2000FT  189/36 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 187/08 MPH
                                       81FT  188/13 MPH
                                      233FT  189/15 MPH
                                      497FT  194/20 MPH
                                      889FT  198/25 MPH
                                     1398FT  202/27 MPH
                                     2017FT  203/28 MPH
                                     2710FT  204/29 MPH
                                     3478FT  215/27 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 187/06 MPH
                                       81FT  190/11 MPH
                                      233FT  193/12 MPH
                                      498FT  198/17 MPH
                                      890FT  204/22 MPH
                                     1399FT  207/24 MPH
                                     2018FT  209/24 MPH
                                     2708FT  215/23 MPH
                                     3479FT  232/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 163/05 MPH
                                       81FT  169/10 MPH
                                      233FT  173/11 MPH
                                      498FT  187/15 MPH
                                      890FT  204/22 MPH
                                     1399FT  207/24 MPH
                                     2018FT  209/24 MPH
                                     2708FT  215/23 MPH
                                     3479FT  232/21 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  1623 FT
                                     9 AM  1623 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:         503 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   2 PM  300/14G21 MPH
                    4 PM  340/21G31 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 231136
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
536 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z MONDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 535 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

CURRENT IFR/MVFR CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO HANG ON AT ALL TERMINALS
UNTIL LATE THIS EVENING.  LOW CEILINGS AND REDUCED VISIBILITIES ARE
CURRENTLY ACCOMPANIED BY WIDESPREAD DRIZZLE.  THIS PRECIPITATION
WILL TRANSITION TO LIGHT RAINSHOWERS BY 17Z AS A COLD FRONT BEGINS
TRACKING EASTWARD ACROSS THE AREA.  VCTS IS STILL MENTIONED DUE TO
WEAK ELEVATED INSTABILITY AHEAD OF THIS FRONT.  AFTER THE PASSAGE,
WINDS WILL VEER FROM THE SOUTH TO THE NORTHWEST, AND INCREASE TO
SUSTAINED SPEEDS OF 20 KTS, WITH GUSTS UP TO 30 KTS.  COLDER AIR
BEHIND THE FRONT WILL ALLOW FOR A RAIN/SNOW MIX UNTIL PRECIPITATION
FINALLY EXITS ALL TERMINALS BY 06Z.  AFTER THIS TIME, WINDS ARE
STILL EXPECTED TO REMAIN GUSTY, BUT SKIES WILL BEGIN TO CLEAR TO VFR.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         714 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  160/09 MPH
                                     9 AM  150/07 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 510 AM):        200FT  160/16 MPH
                                      400FT  160/20 MPH
                                      600FT  168/25 MPH
                                      800FT  175/29 MPH
                                     1000FT  188/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  192/37 MPH
                                     2000FT  189/36 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 187/08 MPH
                                       81FT  188/13 MPH
                                      233FT  189/15 MPH
                                      497FT  194/20 MPH
                                      889FT  198/25 MPH
                                     1398FT  202/27 MPH
                                     2017FT  203/28 MPH
                                     2710FT  204/29 MPH
                                     3478FT  215/27 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 187/06 MPH
                                       81FT  190/11 MPH
                                      233FT  193/12 MPH
                                      498FT  198/17 MPH
                                      890FT  204/22 MPH
                                     1399FT  207/24 MPH
                                     2018FT  209/24 MPH
                                     2708FT  215/23 MPH
                                     3479FT  232/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 163/05 MPH
                                       81FT  169/10 MPH
                                      233FT  173/11 MPH
                                      498FT  187/15 MPH
                                      890FT  204/22 MPH
                                     1399FT  207/24 MPH
                                     2018FT  209/24 MPH
                                     2708FT  215/23 MPH
                                     3479FT  232/21 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  1623 FT
                                     9 AM  1623 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:         503 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   2 PM  300/14G21 MPH
                    4 PM  340/21G31 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 230541
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1141 PM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 06Z TAFS THROUGH 06Z SUNDAY NIGHT)
ISSUED AT 1140 PM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

SOUTHERLY WINDS ARE GRADUALLY DIMINISHING SOME FOR THE EARLY
OVERNIGHT HOURS WITH MVFR CIGS PREVAILING. AS THE POTENTIAL FOR
DRIZZLE INCREASES OVERNIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING, EXPECT CIGS TO
DROP TO IFR AND POSSIBLY EVEN NEAR LIFR CONDITIONS WITH SLIGHTLY
REDUCED VISIBILITIES AS WELL. HOWEVER, SUSTAINED WINDS OF 7-10KTS
OVERNIGHT INTO SUNDAY SHOULD REDUCE THE POTENTIAL FOR WIDESPREAD
FOG DEVELOPMENT AND THUS IT SHOULD LIMIT JUST HOW LOW VISIBILITIES
DROP. THE POTENTIAL FOR LIGHT RAIN INCREASES LATE MORNING INTO THE
AFTERNOON HOURS, AND MODELS CONTINUE TO SHOW THE POTENTIAL FOR
SOME WEAK ELEVATED INSTABILITY SO HAVE KEPT THE MENTION OF VCTS IN
THE TAFS. A COLD FRONT WILL TRACK EASTWARD DURING THE LATE MORNING
AND AFTERNOON HOURS, RESULTING IN WINDS VEERING FROM SOUTH TO
NORTHWEST AND WIND SPEEDS INCREASING BEHIND THE FRONT WITH GUSTS
OF AT LEAST 20-30KTS. THESE WINDS WILL USHER COOLER AIR INTO THE
REGION, RESULTING IN THE POTENTIAL FOR A RAIN/SNOW MIX BEFORE THE
PRECIPITATION FINALLY EXITS THE TAF SITES BY LATE EVENING.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          504 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 508 PM):        200FT  180/18 MPH
                                      400FT  180/25 MPH
                                      600FT  184/30 MPH
                                      800FT  185/34 MPH
                                     1000FT  187/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  190/35 MPH
                                     2000FT  195/39 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 166/11 MPH
                                       81FT  169/18 MPH
                                      234FT  170/21 MPH
                                      500FT  174/27 MPH
                                      894FT  179/30 MPH
                                     1406FT  187/36 MPH
                                     2034FT  195/44 MPH
                                     2731FT  198/48 MPH
                                     3508FT  199/45 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 168/09 MPH
                                       82FT  171/16 MPH
                                      234FT  173/19 MPH
                                      500FT  177/25 MPH
                                      892FT  181/29 MPH
                                     1408FT  189/35 MPH
                                     2033FT  197/40 MPH
                                     2731FT  201/43 MPH
                                     3506FT  202/44 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 162/08 MPH
                                       87FT  166/16 MPH
                                      240FT  167/18 MPH
                                      504FT  174/24 MPH
                                      898FT  181/29 MPH
                                     1408FT  189/35 MPH
                                     2033FT  197/40 MPH
                                     2731FT  201/43 MPH
                                     3506FT  202/44 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        714 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  170/08 MPH
                    9 AM  160/07 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 230541
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1141 PM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 06Z TAFS THROUGH 06Z SUNDAY NIGHT)
ISSUED AT 1140 PM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

SOUTHERLY WINDS ARE GRADUALLY DIMINISHING SOME FOR THE EARLY
OVERNIGHT HOURS WITH MVFR CIGS PREVAILING. AS THE POTENTIAL FOR
DRIZZLE INCREASES OVERNIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING, EXPECT CIGS TO
DROP TO IFR AND POSSIBLY EVEN NEAR LIFR CONDITIONS WITH SLIGHTLY
REDUCED VISIBILITIES AS WELL. HOWEVER, SUSTAINED WINDS OF 7-10KTS
OVERNIGHT INTO SUNDAY SHOULD REDUCE THE POTENTIAL FOR WIDESPREAD
FOG DEVELOPMENT AND THUS IT SHOULD LIMIT JUST HOW LOW VISIBILITIES
DROP. THE POTENTIAL FOR LIGHT RAIN INCREASES LATE MORNING INTO THE
AFTERNOON HOURS, AND MODELS CONTINUE TO SHOW THE POTENTIAL FOR
SOME WEAK ELEVATED INSTABILITY SO HAVE KEPT THE MENTION OF VCTS IN
THE TAFS. A COLD FRONT WILL TRACK EASTWARD DURING THE LATE MORNING
AND AFTERNOON HOURS, RESULTING IN WINDS VEERING FROM SOUTH TO
NORTHWEST AND WIND SPEEDS INCREASING BEHIND THE FRONT WITH GUSTS
OF AT LEAST 20-30KTS. THESE WINDS WILL USHER COOLER AIR INTO THE
REGION, RESULTING IN THE POTENTIAL FOR A RAIN/SNOW MIX BEFORE THE
PRECIPITATION FINALLY EXITS THE TAF SITES BY LATE EVENING.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          504 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 508 PM):        200FT  180/18 MPH
                                      400FT  180/25 MPH
                                      600FT  184/30 MPH
                                      800FT  185/34 MPH
                                     1000FT  187/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  190/35 MPH
                                     2000FT  195/39 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 166/11 MPH
                                       81FT  169/18 MPH
                                      234FT  170/21 MPH
                                      500FT  174/27 MPH
                                      894FT  179/30 MPH
                                     1406FT  187/36 MPH
                                     2034FT  195/44 MPH
                                     2731FT  198/48 MPH
                                     3508FT  199/45 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 168/09 MPH
                                       82FT  171/16 MPH
                                      234FT  173/19 MPH
                                      500FT  177/25 MPH
                                      892FT  181/29 MPH
                                     1408FT  189/35 MPH
                                     2033FT  197/40 MPH
                                     2731FT  201/43 MPH
                                     3506FT  202/44 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 162/08 MPH
                                       87FT  166/16 MPH
                                      240FT  167/18 MPH
                                      504FT  174/24 MPH
                                      898FT  181/29 MPH
                                     1408FT  189/35 MPH
                                     2033FT  197/40 MPH
                                     2731FT  201/43 MPH
                                     3506FT  202/44 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        714 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  170/08 MPH
                    9 AM  160/07 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 230016
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
616 PM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 00Z TAFS THROUGH 00Z SUNDAY EVENING)
ISSUED AT 539 PM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

THIS TAF PERIOD WILL REMAIN CHALLENGING MUCH LIKE THE PREVIOUS
ONE. CIGS/VIS CONTINUE TO HINDER SOME OPS AT ALL TERMINALS.
IFR/LIFR CONDITIONS ARE A STRONG POSSIBILITY DURING THE OVERNIGHT
HOURS AFFECTING ALL TERMINALS. CONFIDENCE IN EXACT TIMING IS LOW,
BUT STRONG LOW LEVEL MOISTURE WILL REMAIN IN PLAY WITH A FAVORABLE
SETUP OTHERWISE. THERE IS A WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY, ALBEIT SMALL
WITH SOME UNCERTAINTY, FOR SOME GENERAL ELEVATED CONVECTION TO TAKE
PLACE WITH WEAK LIFT AFTER THE 0900Z TIME FRAME FROM KMHK THEN
BUILDING EAST INTO THE KTOP/KFOE TERMINALS. THE LARGEST CHANGE
WITH THIS TAF PERIOD WILL COME NEAR THE END WITH A FRONTAL SYSTEM
CAUSING A SHIFT IN WINDS THAT WILL BE GUSTY FROM THE NORTHWEST BUT
WITH A TREND SUGGESTING IMPROVING CIGS/VIS. A SMALL POSSIBILITY OF
A RAIN/SNOW MIX WILL BEGIN TO SHOW UP NEAR KMHK NEAR THE END OF
THE PERIOD LATE SUNDAY AFTERNOON.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          504 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 508 PM):        200FT  180/18 MPH
                                      400FT  180/25 MPH
                                      600FT  184/30 MPH
                                      800FT  185/34 MPH
                                     1000FT  187/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  190/35 MPH
                                     2000FT  195/39 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 166/08 MPH
                                       93FT  167/17 MPH
                                      245FT  168/20 MPH
                                      512FT  173/24 MPH
                                      909FT  179/28 MPH
                                     1427FT  186/31 MPH
                                     2051FT  199/33 MPH
                                     2750FT  213/35 MPH
                                     3530FT  220/37 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 169/12 MPH
                                       98FT  170/21 MPH
                                      250FT  171/24 MPH
                                      518FT  176/29 MPH
                                      913FT  182/33 MPH
                                     1429FT  188/34 MPH
                                     2052FT  199/33 MPH
                                     2751FT  213/33 MPH
                                     3526FT  223/35 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 173/15 MPH
                                       98FT  174/24 MPH
                                      252FT  175/27 MPH
                                      516FT  177/32 MPH
                                      910FT  182/33 MPH
                                     1429FT  188/34 MPH
                                     2052FT  199/33 MPH
                                     2751FT  213/33 MPH
                                     3526FT  223/35 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        714 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  180/09 MPH
                    9 AM  190/07 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 230016
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
616 PM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 00Z TAFS THROUGH 00Z SUNDAY EVENING)
ISSUED AT 539 PM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

THIS TAF PERIOD WILL REMAIN CHALLENGING MUCH LIKE THE PREVIOUS
ONE. CIGS/VIS CONTINUE TO HINDER SOME OPS AT ALL TERMINALS.
IFR/LIFR CONDITIONS ARE A STRONG POSSIBILITY DURING THE OVERNIGHT
HOURS AFFECTING ALL TERMINALS. CONFIDENCE IN EXACT TIMING IS LOW,
BUT STRONG LOW LEVEL MOISTURE WILL REMAIN IN PLAY WITH A FAVORABLE
SETUP OTHERWISE. THERE IS A WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY, ALBEIT SMALL
WITH SOME UNCERTAINTY, FOR SOME GENERAL ELEVATED CONVECTION TO TAKE
PLACE WITH WEAK LIFT AFTER THE 0900Z TIME FRAME FROM KMHK THEN
BUILDING EAST INTO THE KTOP/KFOE TERMINALS. THE LARGEST CHANGE
WITH THIS TAF PERIOD WILL COME NEAR THE END WITH A FRONTAL SYSTEM
CAUSING A SHIFT IN WINDS THAT WILL BE GUSTY FROM THE NORTHWEST BUT
WITH A TREND SUGGESTING IMPROVING CIGS/VIS. A SMALL POSSIBILITY OF
A RAIN/SNOW MIX WILL BEGIN TO SHOW UP NEAR KMHK NEAR THE END OF
THE PERIOD LATE SUNDAY AFTERNOON.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          504 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 508 PM):        200FT  180/18 MPH
                                      400FT  180/25 MPH
                                      600FT  184/30 MPH
                                      800FT  185/34 MPH
                                     1000FT  187/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  190/35 MPH
                                     2000FT  195/39 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 166/08 MPH
                                       93FT  167/17 MPH
                                      245FT  168/20 MPH
                                      512FT  173/24 MPH
                                      909FT  179/28 MPH
                                     1427FT  186/31 MPH
                                     2051FT  199/33 MPH
                                     2750FT  213/35 MPH
                                     3530FT  220/37 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 169/12 MPH
                                       98FT  170/21 MPH
                                      250FT  171/24 MPH
                                      518FT  176/29 MPH
                                      913FT  182/33 MPH
                                     1429FT  188/34 MPH
                                     2052FT  199/33 MPH
                                     2751FT  213/33 MPH
                                     3526FT  223/35 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 173/15 MPH
                                       98FT  174/24 MPH
                                      252FT  175/27 MPH
                                      516FT  177/32 MPH
                                      910FT  182/33 MPH
                                     1429FT  188/34 MPH
                                     2052FT  199/33 MPH
                                     2751FT  213/33 MPH
                                     3526FT  223/35 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        714 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  180/09 MPH
                    9 AM  190/07 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 221745
RECTOP

AFTERNOON LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1145 AM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z SUNDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1141 AM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

DETAILS OF FORECAST IS TRICKY, BUT OVERALL IFR CIGS EXPECTED TO
CONTINUE THROUGH THIS FORECAST PERIOD. VISIBILITY IMPROVES DURING
THE DAY BUT GOES BACK DOWN AT NIGHT, AND FOG WILL BE A POSSIBILITY
TO BE MONITORED AGAIN. THEN CHANCE FOR SHOWERS OR THUNDER WORKS
NORTHWARD AND OVER TAF SITES LATE IN THE PERIOD, AS A STRONG
BREEZY FRONT IS ON MHK DOORSTEP BY THE END OF THE FORECAST.

.THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:                          504 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           2 PM  190/12 MPH
                                     4 PM  180/12 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 514 AM):        200FT  206/09 MPH
                                      400FT  208/17 MPH
                                      600FT  211/22 MPH
                                      800FT  215/27 MPH
                                     1000FT  219/32 MPH
                                     1500FT  227/35 MPH
                                     2000FT  232/42 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 167/08 MPH
                                      101FT  171/15 MPH
                                      256FT  174/18 MPH
                                      521FT  184/23 MPH
                                      917FT  196/27 MPH
                                     1434FT  204/29 MPH
                                     2063FT  207/30 MPH
                                     2763FT  222/35 MPH
                                     3545FT  231/39 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 169/10 MPH
                                       98FT  171/19 MPH
                                      253FT  174/22 MPH
                                      519FT  181/29 MPH
                                      915FT  188/33 MPH
                                     1432FT  192/34 MPH
                                     2061FT  194/35 MPH
                                     2760FT  213/36 MPH
                                     3542FT  227/40 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 176/13 MPH
                                      101FT  178/22 MPH
                                      253FT  179/26 MPH
                                      519FT  182/32 MPH
                                      915FT  188/33 MPH
                                     1432FT  192/34 MPH
                                     2061FT  194/35 MPH
                                     2760FT  213/36 MPH
                                     3542FT  227/40 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                2 PM  1715 FT
                                     4 PM  1715 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        714 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  190/08 MPH
                    9 AM  220/07 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 221745
RECTOP

AFTERNOON LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1145 AM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z SUNDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1141 AM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

DETAILS OF FORECAST IS TRICKY, BUT OVERALL IFR CIGS EXPECTED TO
CONTINUE THROUGH THIS FORECAST PERIOD. VISIBILITY IMPROVES DURING
THE DAY BUT GOES BACK DOWN AT NIGHT, AND FOG WILL BE A POSSIBILITY
TO BE MONITORED AGAIN. THEN CHANCE FOR SHOWERS OR THUNDER WORKS
NORTHWARD AND OVER TAF SITES LATE IN THE PERIOD, AS A STRONG
BREEZY FRONT IS ON MHK DOORSTEP BY THE END OF THE FORECAST.

.THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:                          504 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           2 PM  190/12 MPH
                                     4 PM  180/12 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 514 AM):        200FT  206/09 MPH
                                      400FT  208/17 MPH
                                      600FT  211/22 MPH
                                      800FT  215/27 MPH
                                     1000FT  219/32 MPH
                                     1500FT  227/35 MPH
                                     2000FT  232/42 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 167/08 MPH
                                      101FT  171/15 MPH
                                      256FT  174/18 MPH
                                      521FT  184/23 MPH
                                      917FT  196/27 MPH
                                     1434FT  204/29 MPH
                                     2063FT  207/30 MPH
                                     2763FT  222/35 MPH
                                     3545FT  231/39 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 169/10 MPH
                                       98FT  171/19 MPH
                                      253FT  174/22 MPH
                                      519FT  181/29 MPH
                                      915FT  188/33 MPH
                                     1432FT  192/34 MPH
                                     2061FT  194/35 MPH
                                     2760FT  213/36 MPH
                                     3542FT  227/40 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 176/13 MPH
                                      101FT  178/22 MPH
                                      253FT  179/26 MPH
                                      519FT  182/32 MPH
                                      915FT  188/33 MPH
                                     1432FT  192/34 MPH
                                     2061FT  194/35 MPH
                                     2760FT  213/36 MPH
                                     3542FT  227/40 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                2 PM  1715 FT
                                     4 PM  1715 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        714 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  190/08 MPH
                    9 AM  220/07 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 221210
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
500 AM MST SAT NOV 22 2014

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

IN 1977, 101 MPH WINDS WERE MEASURED IN SOUTHWEST BOULDER COLORADO.
THE SIDE OF A GARAGE WAS BLOWN DOWN.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 221210
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
500 AM MST SAT NOV 22 2014

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

IN 1977, 101 MPH WINDS WERE MEASURED IN SOUTHWEST BOULDER COLORADO.
THE SIDE OF A GARAGE WAS BLOWN DOWN.

$$




000
SXUS43 KTOP 221136
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
536 AM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z SUNDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 535 AM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

PESSIMISTIC FORECAST THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE TAF PERIOD.  DENSE FOG
THROUGHOUT THE AREA LEAVES SITES IN THE IFR/LIFR RANGE, WITH LITTLE
CHANCE FOR IMPROVEMENT UNTIL LATE MORNING.  AT 17Z, HAVE MVFR
CEILINGS/VISBYS HANGING ON THE ENTIRE DAY AND INTO THE LATE
EVENING.  FOG IS LIKELY TOMORROW MORNING, THEREFORE, HAVE INTRODUCED
IFR CONDITIONS INTO THE TAF BEGINNING BETWEEN 06-07Z, ALTHOUGH IT IS
POSSIBLE CONDITIONS WILL DETERIORATE TO LIFR AGAIN TOMORROW.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         713 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  200/06 MPH
                                     9 AM  190/07 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 514 AM):        200FT  206/09 MPH
                                      400FT  208/17 MPH
                                      600FT  211/22 MPH
                                      800FT  215/27 MPH
                                     1000FT  219/32 MPH
                                     1500FT  227/35 MPH
                                     2000FT  232/42 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 204/08 MPH
                                       99FT  206/15 MPH
                                      248FT  207/17 MPH
                                      507FT  211/22 MPH
                                      892FT  221/28 MPH
                                     1397FT  232/39 MPH
                                     2017FT  233/46 MPH
                                     2709FT  232/45 MPH
                                     3477FT  234/42 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 205/08 MPH
                                       99FT  206/16 MPH
                                      249FT  207/18 MPH
                                      508FT  212/25 MPH
                                      895FT  221/30 MPH
                                     1401FT  234/43 MPH
                                     2019FT  234/47 MPH
                                     2712FT  235/46 MPH
                                     3480FT  239/38 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 201/09 MPH
                                       99FT  204/17 MPH
                                      249FT  204/19 MPH
                                      506FT  212/27 MPH
                                      894FT  221/30 MPH
                                     1401FT  234/43 MPH
                                     2019FT  234/47 MPH
                                     2712FT  235/46 MPH
                                     3480FT  239/38 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  331 FT
                                     9 AM  682 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:         504 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   2 PM  190/12 MPH
                    4 PM  180/12 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 221136
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
536 AM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z SUNDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 535 AM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

PESSIMISTIC FORECAST THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE TAF PERIOD.  DENSE FOG
THROUGHOUT THE AREA LEAVES SITES IN THE IFR/LIFR RANGE, WITH LITTLE
CHANCE FOR IMPROVEMENT UNTIL LATE MORNING.  AT 17Z, HAVE MVFR
CEILINGS/VISBYS HANGING ON THE ENTIRE DAY AND INTO THE LATE
EVENING.  FOG IS LIKELY TOMORROW MORNING, THEREFORE, HAVE INTRODUCED
IFR CONDITIONS INTO THE TAF BEGINNING BETWEEN 06-07Z, ALTHOUGH IT IS
POSSIBLE CONDITIONS WILL DETERIORATE TO LIFR AGAIN TOMORROW.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         713 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  200/06 MPH
                                     9 AM  190/07 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 514 AM):        200FT  206/09 MPH
                                      400FT  208/17 MPH
                                      600FT  211/22 MPH
                                      800FT  215/27 MPH
                                     1000FT  219/32 MPH
                                     1500FT  227/35 MPH
                                     2000FT  232/42 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 204/08 MPH
                                       99FT  206/15 MPH
                                      248FT  207/17 MPH
                                      507FT  211/22 MPH
                                      892FT  221/28 MPH
                                     1397FT  232/39 MPH
                                     2017FT  233/46 MPH
                                     2709FT  232/45 MPH
                                     3477FT  234/42 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 205/08 MPH
                                       99FT  206/16 MPH
                                      249FT  207/18 MPH
                                      508FT  212/25 MPH
                                      895FT  221/30 MPH
                                     1401FT  234/43 MPH
                                     2019FT  234/47 MPH
                                     2712FT  235/46 MPH
                                     3480FT  239/38 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 201/09 MPH
                                       99FT  204/17 MPH
                                      249FT  204/19 MPH
                                      506FT  212/27 MPH
                                      894FT  221/30 MPH
                                     1401FT  234/43 MPH
                                     2019FT  234/47 MPH
                                     2712FT  235/46 MPH
                                     3480FT  239/38 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  331 FT
                                     9 AM  682 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:         504 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   2 PM  190/12 MPH
                    4 PM  180/12 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 221136
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
536 AM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z SUNDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 535 AM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

PESSIMISTIC FORECAST THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE TAF PERIOD.  DENSE FOG
THROUGHOUT THE AREA LEAVES SITES IN THE IFR/LIFR RANGE, WITH LITTLE
CHANCE FOR IMPROVEMENT UNTIL LATE MORNING.  AT 17Z, HAVE MVFR
CEILINGS/VISBYS HANGING ON THE ENTIRE DAY AND INTO THE LATE
EVENING.  FOG IS LIKELY TOMORROW MORNING, THEREFORE, HAVE INTRODUCED
IFR CONDITIONS INTO THE TAF BEGINNING BETWEEN 06-07Z, ALTHOUGH IT IS
POSSIBLE CONDITIONS WILL DETERIORATE TO LIFR AGAIN TOMORROW.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         713 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  200/06 MPH
                                     9 AM  190/07 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 514 AM):        200FT  206/09 MPH
                                      400FT  208/17 MPH
                                      600FT  211/22 MPH
                                      800FT  215/27 MPH
                                     1000FT  219/32 MPH
                                     1500FT  227/35 MPH
                                     2000FT  232/42 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 204/08 MPH
                                       99FT  206/15 MPH
                                      248FT  207/17 MPH
                                      507FT  211/22 MPH
                                      892FT  221/28 MPH
                                     1397FT  232/39 MPH
                                     2017FT  233/46 MPH
                                     2709FT  232/45 MPH
                                     3477FT  234/42 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 205/08 MPH
                                       99FT  206/16 MPH
                                      249FT  207/18 MPH
                                      508FT  212/25 MPH
                                      895FT  221/30 MPH
                                     1401FT  234/43 MPH
                                     2019FT  234/47 MPH
                                     2712FT  235/46 MPH
                                     3480FT  239/38 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 201/09 MPH
                                       99FT  204/17 MPH
                                      249FT  204/19 MPH
                                      506FT  212/27 MPH
                                      894FT  221/30 MPH
                                     1401FT  234/43 MPH
                                     2019FT  234/47 MPH
                                     2712FT  235/46 MPH
                                     3480FT  239/38 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  331 FT
                                     9 AM  682 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:         504 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   2 PM  190/12 MPH
                    4 PM  180/12 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 221136
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
536 AM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z SUNDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 535 AM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

PESSIMISTIC FORECAST THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE TAF PERIOD.  DENSE FOG
THROUGHOUT THE AREA LEAVES SITES IN THE IFR/LIFR RANGE, WITH LITTLE
CHANCE FOR IMPROVEMENT UNTIL LATE MORNING.  AT 17Z, HAVE MVFR
CEILINGS/VISBYS HANGING ON THE ENTIRE DAY AND INTO THE LATE
EVENING.  FOG IS LIKELY TOMORROW MORNING, THEREFORE, HAVE INTRODUCED
IFR CONDITIONS INTO THE TAF BEGINNING BETWEEN 06-07Z, ALTHOUGH IT IS
POSSIBLE CONDITIONS WILL DETERIORATE TO LIFR AGAIN TOMORROW.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         713 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  200/06 MPH
                                     9 AM  190/07 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 514 AM):        200FT  206/09 MPH
                                      400FT  208/17 MPH
                                      600FT  211/22 MPH
                                      800FT  215/27 MPH
                                     1000FT  219/32 MPH
                                     1500FT  227/35 MPH
                                     2000FT  232/42 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 204/08 MPH
                                       99FT  206/15 MPH
                                      248FT  207/17 MPH
                                      507FT  211/22 MPH
                                      892FT  221/28 MPH
                                     1397FT  232/39 MPH
                                     2017FT  233/46 MPH
                                     2709FT  232/45 MPH
                                     3477FT  234/42 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 205/08 MPH
                                       99FT  206/16 MPH
                                      249FT  207/18 MPH
                                      508FT  212/25 MPH
                                      895FT  221/30 MPH
                                     1401FT  234/43 MPH
                                     2019FT  234/47 MPH
                                     2712FT  235/46 MPH
                                     3480FT  239/38 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 201/09 MPH
                                       99FT  204/17 MPH
                                      249FT  204/19 MPH
                                      506FT  212/27 MPH
                                      894FT  221/30 MPH
                                     1401FT  234/43 MPH
                                     2019FT  234/47 MPH
                                     2712FT  235/46 MPH
                                     3480FT  239/38 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  331 FT
                                     9 AM  682 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:         504 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   2 PM  190/12 MPH
                    4 PM  180/12 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 220543
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1143 PM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 06Z TAFS THROUGH 06Z SATURDAY NIGHT)
ISSUED AT 1137 PM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

AREAS OF DRIZZLE OR LIGHT RAIN WILL CONTINUE TO DEVELOP ACROSS
PORTIONS OF NORTHEAST AND EAST CENTRAL KANSAS THROUGH THE
OVERNIGHT HOURS BEFORE DIMINISHING SOME IN COVERAGE BY SATURDAY
MORNING. AREAS OF STRATUS AND FOG WILL CONTINUE TO SPREAD
NORTHWARD OVER THE TAF SITES OVERNIGHT WITH PROLONGED PERIODS OF
LIFR AND IFR CONDITIONS AND EVEN SOME VLIFR CONDITIONS (ESPECIALLY
NEAR KMHK) DUE TO 1/4SM VISIBILITIES WITH AREAS OF DENSE FOG.
THESE CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO GRADUALLY IMPROVE BY MID TO LATE
MORNING, HOWEVER MVFR CIGS/VIS WILL LIKELY PERSIST AT THE TAF
SITES THROUGH THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOURS ON SATURDAY. THERE
IS THE POTENTIAL FOR CIGS/VIS TO LOWER ONCE AGAIN SATURDAY EVENING
WITH AREAS OF FOG POSSIBLY DEVELOPING AS WELL, HOWEVER DID NOT
INCLUDE A MENTION OF THIS IN THE TAFS AT THIS TIME DUE TO
UNCERTAINTY THIS FAR OUT IN THE FORECAST.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          504 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 511 PM):        200FT  119/08 MPH
                                      400FT  126/13 MPH
                                      600FT  135/17 MPH
                                      800FT  143/22 MPH
                                     1000FT  168/32 MPH
                                     1500FT  192/37 MPH
                                     2000FT  209/37 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):        25FT  227/06 MPH
                                      104FT  230/14 MPH
                                      254FT  231/16 MPH
                                      512FT  231/22 MPH
                                      897FT  228/27 MPH
                                     1397FT  231/38 MPH
                                     2015FT  235/49 MPH
                                     2705FT  238/53 MPH
                                     3479FT  238/46 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):        25FT  223/05 MPH
                                      104FT  227/14 MPH
                                      254FT  228/16 MPH
                                      513FT  228/23 MPH
                                      895FT  229/31 MPH
                                     1400FT  234/42 MPH
                                     2021FT  238/51 MPH
                                     2713FT  240/51 MPH
                                     3487FT  240/43 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):        22FT  214/03 MPH
                                      102FT  225/14 MPH
                                      251FT  226/16 MPH
                                      508FT  228/24 MPH
                                      894FT  229/31 MPH
                                     1400FT  234/42 MPH
                                     2021FT  238/51 MPH
                                     2713FT  240/51 MPH
                                     3487FT  240/43 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        713 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  190/06 MPH
                    9 AM  200/07 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 220543
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1143 PM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 06Z TAFS THROUGH 06Z SATURDAY NIGHT)
ISSUED AT 1137 PM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

AREAS OF DRIZZLE OR LIGHT RAIN WILL CONTINUE TO DEVELOP ACROSS
PORTIONS OF NORTHEAST AND EAST CENTRAL KANSAS THROUGH THE
OVERNIGHT HOURS BEFORE DIMINISHING SOME IN COVERAGE BY SATURDAY
MORNING. AREAS OF STRATUS AND FOG WILL CONTINUE TO SPREAD
NORTHWARD OVER THE TAF SITES OVERNIGHT WITH PROLONGED PERIODS OF
LIFR AND IFR CONDITIONS AND EVEN SOME VLIFR CONDITIONS (ESPECIALLY
NEAR KMHK) DUE TO 1/4SM VISIBILITIES WITH AREAS OF DENSE FOG.
THESE CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO GRADUALLY IMPROVE BY MID TO LATE
MORNING, HOWEVER MVFR CIGS/VIS WILL LIKELY PERSIST AT THE TAF
SITES THROUGH THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOURS ON SATURDAY. THERE
IS THE POTENTIAL FOR CIGS/VIS TO LOWER ONCE AGAIN SATURDAY EVENING
WITH AREAS OF FOG POSSIBLY DEVELOPING AS WELL, HOWEVER DID NOT
INCLUDE A MENTION OF THIS IN THE TAFS AT THIS TIME DUE TO
UNCERTAINTY THIS FAR OUT IN THE FORECAST.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          504 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 511 PM):        200FT  119/08 MPH
                                      400FT  126/13 MPH
                                      600FT  135/17 MPH
                                      800FT  143/22 MPH
                                     1000FT  168/32 MPH
                                     1500FT  192/37 MPH
                                     2000FT  209/37 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):        25FT  227/06 MPH
                                      104FT  230/14 MPH
                                      254FT  231/16 MPH
                                      512FT  231/22 MPH
                                      897FT  228/27 MPH
                                     1397FT  231/38 MPH
                                     2015FT  235/49 MPH
                                     2705FT  238/53 MPH
                                     3479FT  238/46 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):        25FT  223/05 MPH
                                      104FT  227/14 MPH
                                      254FT  228/16 MPH
                                      513FT  228/23 MPH
                                      895FT  229/31 MPH
                                     1400FT  234/42 MPH
                                     2021FT  238/51 MPH
                                     2713FT  240/51 MPH
                                     3487FT  240/43 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):        22FT  214/03 MPH
                                      102FT  225/14 MPH
                                      251FT  226/16 MPH
                                      508FT  228/24 MPH
                                      894FT  229/31 MPH
                                     1400FT  234/42 MPH
                                     2021FT  238/51 MPH
                                     2713FT  240/51 MPH
                                     3487FT  240/43 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        713 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  190/06 MPH
                    9 AM  200/07 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 220543
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1143 PM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 06Z TAFS THROUGH 06Z SATURDAY NIGHT)
ISSUED AT 1137 PM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

AREAS OF DRIZZLE OR LIGHT RAIN WILL CONTINUE TO DEVELOP ACROSS
PORTIONS OF NORTHEAST AND EAST CENTRAL KANSAS THROUGH THE
OVERNIGHT HOURS BEFORE DIMINISHING SOME IN COVERAGE BY SATURDAY
MORNING. AREAS OF STRATUS AND FOG WILL CONTINUE TO SPREAD
NORTHWARD OVER THE TAF SITES OVERNIGHT WITH PROLONGED PERIODS OF
LIFR AND IFR CONDITIONS AND EVEN SOME VLIFR CONDITIONS (ESPECIALLY
NEAR KMHK) DUE TO 1/4SM VISIBILITIES WITH AREAS OF DENSE FOG.
THESE CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO GRADUALLY IMPROVE BY MID TO LATE
MORNING, HOWEVER MVFR CIGS/VIS WILL LIKELY PERSIST AT THE TAF
SITES THROUGH THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOURS ON SATURDAY. THERE
IS THE POTENTIAL FOR CIGS/VIS TO LOWER ONCE AGAIN SATURDAY EVENING
WITH AREAS OF FOG POSSIBLY DEVELOPING AS WELL, HOWEVER DID NOT
INCLUDE A MENTION OF THIS IN THE TAFS AT THIS TIME DUE TO
UNCERTAINTY THIS FAR OUT IN THE FORECAST.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          504 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 511 PM):        200FT  119/08 MPH
                                      400FT  126/13 MPH
                                      600FT  135/17 MPH
                                      800FT  143/22 MPH
                                     1000FT  168/32 MPH
                                     1500FT  192/37 MPH
                                     2000FT  209/37 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):        25FT  227/06 MPH
                                      104FT  230/14 MPH
                                      254FT  231/16 MPH
                                      512FT  231/22 MPH
                                      897FT  228/27 MPH
                                     1397FT  231/38 MPH
                                     2015FT  235/49 MPH
                                     2705FT  238/53 MPH
                                     3479FT  238/46 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):        25FT  223/05 MPH
                                      104FT  227/14 MPH
                                      254FT  228/16 MPH
                                      513FT  228/23 MPH
                                      895FT  229/31 MPH
                                     1400FT  234/42 MPH
                                     2021FT  238/51 MPH
                                     2713FT  240/51 MPH
                                     3487FT  240/43 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):        22FT  214/03 MPH
                                      102FT  225/14 MPH
                                      251FT  226/16 MPH
                                      508FT  228/24 MPH
                                      894FT  229/31 MPH
                                     1400FT  234/42 MPH
                                     2021FT  238/51 MPH
                                     2713FT  240/51 MPH
                                     3487FT  240/43 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        713 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  190/06 MPH
                    9 AM  200/07 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 220543
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1143 PM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 06Z TAFS THROUGH 06Z SATURDAY NIGHT)
ISSUED AT 1137 PM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

AREAS OF DRIZZLE OR LIGHT RAIN WILL CONTINUE TO DEVELOP ACROSS
PORTIONS OF NORTHEAST AND EAST CENTRAL KANSAS THROUGH THE
OVERNIGHT HOURS BEFORE DIMINISHING SOME IN COVERAGE BY SATURDAY
MORNING. AREAS OF STRATUS AND FOG WILL CONTINUE TO SPREAD
NORTHWARD OVER THE TAF SITES OVERNIGHT WITH PROLONGED PERIODS OF
LIFR AND IFR CONDITIONS AND EVEN SOME VLIFR CONDITIONS (ESPECIALLY
NEAR KMHK) DUE TO 1/4SM VISIBILITIES WITH AREAS OF DENSE FOG.
THESE CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO GRADUALLY IMPROVE BY MID TO LATE
MORNING, HOWEVER MVFR CIGS/VIS WILL LIKELY PERSIST AT THE TAF
SITES THROUGH THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOURS ON SATURDAY. THERE
IS THE POTENTIAL FOR CIGS/VIS TO LOWER ONCE AGAIN SATURDAY EVENING
WITH AREAS OF FOG POSSIBLY DEVELOPING AS WELL, HOWEVER DID NOT
INCLUDE A MENTION OF THIS IN THE TAFS AT THIS TIME DUE TO
UNCERTAINTY THIS FAR OUT IN THE FORECAST.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          504 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 511 PM):        200FT  119/08 MPH
                                      400FT  126/13 MPH
                                      600FT  135/17 MPH
                                      800FT  143/22 MPH
                                     1000FT  168/32 MPH
                                     1500FT  192/37 MPH
                                     2000FT  209/37 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):        25FT  227/06 MPH
                                      104FT  230/14 MPH
                                      254FT  231/16 MPH
                                      512FT  231/22 MPH
                                      897FT  228/27 MPH
                                     1397FT  231/38 MPH
                                     2015FT  235/49 MPH
                                     2705FT  238/53 MPH
                                     3479FT  238/46 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):        25FT  223/05 MPH
                                      104FT  227/14 MPH
                                      254FT  228/16 MPH
                                      513FT  228/23 MPH
                                      895FT  229/31 MPH
                                     1400FT  234/42 MPH
                                     2021FT  238/51 MPH
                                     2713FT  240/51 MPH
                                     3487FT  240/43 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):        22FT  214/03 MPH
                                      102FT  225/14 MPH
                                      251FT  226/16 MPH
                                      508FT  228/24 MPH
                                      894FT  229/31 MPH
                                     1400FT  234/42 MPH
                                     2021FT  238/51 MPH
                                     2713FT  240/51 MPH
                                     3487FT  240/43 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        713 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  190/06 MPH
                    9 AM  200/07 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 212341
RECTOP

AFTERNOON LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
541 PM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 00Z TAFS THROUGH 00Z SATURDAY EVENING)
ISSUED AT 539 PM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

AREAS OF DRIZZLE OR LIGHT RAIN WILL CONTINUE TO OVERSPREAD THE
AREA THROUGH THE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT HOURS BEFORE DIMINISHING IN
COVERAGE BY SATURDAY MORNING. AREAS OF STRATUS AND FOG WILL SPREAD
NORTHWARD OVER THE TAF SITES THIS EVENING AND OVERNIGHT WITH
PROLONGED PERIODS OF LIFR AND IFR CONDITIONS AND EVEN SOME VLIFR
CONDITIONS (ESPECIALLY NEAR KMHK) DUE TO 1/4SM VISIBILITIES WITH
AREAS OF DENSE FOG. THESE CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO GRADUALLY
IMPROVE BY MID TO LATE MORNING, HOWEVER MVFR CIGS/VIS MAY PERSIST
AT THE TAF SITES THROUGH THE AFTERNOON HOURS.

.THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:                          504 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 511 PM):        200FT  119/08 MPH
                                      400FT  126/13 MPH
                                      600FT  135/17 MPH
                                      800FT  143/22 MPH
                                     1000FT  168/32 MPH
                                     1500FT  192/37 MPH
                                     2000FT  209/37 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 082/05 MPH
                                       90FT  087/09 MPH
                                      237FT  090/10 MPH
                                      491FT  116/14 MPH
                                      872FT  145/22 MPH
                                     1371FT  168/27 MPH
                                     1984FT  188/32 MPH
                                     2672FT  202/36 MPH
                                     3439FT  217/35 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 094/06 MPH
                                       95FT  096/10 MPH
                                      239FT  099/12 MPH
                                      495FT  121/17 MPH
                                      877FT  148/25 MPH
                                     1382FT  168/31 MPH
                                     1998FT  181/35 MPH
                                     2686FT  194/35 MPH
                                     3455FT  213/34 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 135/02 MPH
                                       93FT  124/07 MPH
                                      237FT  125/09 MPH
                                      493FT  145/17 MPH
                                      876FT  148/25 MPH
                                     1382FT  168/31 MPH
                                     1998FT  181/35 MPH
                                     2686FT  194/35 MPH
                                     3455FT  213/34 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        713 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  190/06 MPH
                    9 AM  200/07 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 212341
RECTOP

AFTERNOON LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
541 PM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 00Z TAFS THROUGH 00Z SATURDAY EVENING)
ISSUED AT 539 PM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

AREAS OF DRIZZLE OR LIGHT RAIN WILL CONTINUE TO OVERSPREAD THE
AREA THROUGH THE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT HOURS BEFORE DIMINISHING IN
COVERAGE BY SATURDAY MORNING. AREAS OF STRATUS AND FOG WILL SPREAD
NORTHWARD OVER THE TAF SITES THIS EVENING AND OVERNIGHT WITH
PROLONGED PERIODS OF LIFR AND IFR CONDITIONS AND EVEN SOME VLIFR
CONDITIONS (ESPECIALLY NEAR KMHK) DUE TO 1/4SM VISIBILITIES WITH
AREAS OF DENSE FOG. THESE CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO GRADUALLY
IMPROVE BY MID TO LATE MORNING, HOWEVER MVFR CIGS/VIS MAY PERSIST
AT THE TAF SITES THROUGH THE AFTERNOON HOURS.

.THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:                          504 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 511 PM):        200FT  119/08 MPH
                                      400FT  126/13 MPH
                                      600FT  135/17 MPH
                                      800FT  143/22 MPH
                                     1000FT  168/32 MPH
                                     1500FT  192/37 MPH
                                     2000FT  209/37 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 082/05 MPH
                                       90FT  087/09 MPH
                                      237FT  090/10 MPH
                                      491FT  116/14 MPH
                                      872FT  145/22 MPH
                                     1371FT  168/27 MPH
                                     1984FT  188/32 MPH
                                     2672FT  202/36 MPH
                                     3439FT  217/35 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 094/06 MPH
                                       95FT  096/10 MPH
                                      239FT  099/12 MPH
                                      495FT  121/17 MPH
                                      877FT  148/25 MPH
                                     1382FT  168/31 MPH
                                     1998FT  181/35 MPH
                                     2686FT  194/35 MPH
                                     3455FT  213/34 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 135/02 MPH
                                       93FT  124/07 MPH
                                      237FT  125/09 MPH
                                      493FT  145/17 MPH
                                      876FT  148/25 MPH
                                     1382FT  168/31 MPH
                                     1998FT  181/35 MPH
                                     2686FT  194/35 MPH
                                     3455FT  213/34 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        713 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  190/06 MPH
                    9 AM  200/07 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 211754
RECTOP

AFTERNOON LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1154 AM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z SATURDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1152 AM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

MVFR/IFR CONDITIONS DOMINATE THE ENTIRE PERIOD.  CURRENT MVFR
CONDITIONS WITH DRIZZLE ARE EXPECTED TO HOLD ON UNTIL 20Z WHEN IFR
CEILINGS/MVFR VISBYS MOVE NORTHWARD INTO THE AREA.  FROM HERE, DENSE
FOG IS EXPECTED THIS EVENING THROUGH THE REST OF THE PERIOD.  WITH
THIS, LIGHT DRIZZLE IS STILL LIKELY UP TO 06Z AS THERE IS PERSISTENT
LIFT PRESENT THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT.  INTRUDING DRY AIR FROM THE SW
SHOULD HELP TO IMPROVE CEILINGS TOWARD THE END OF THE PERIOD,
HOWEVER THE CONFIDENCE IN EXACT TIMING OF THIS IMPROVEMENT IS LOW.

.THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:                          504 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           2 PM  130/08 MPH
                                     4 PM  130/07 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 508 AM):        200FT  104/13 MPH
                                      400FT  108/21 MPH
                                      600FT  114/27 MPH
                                      800FT  121/32 MPH
                                     1000FT  137/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  160/26 MPH
                                     2000FT  166/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 127/03 MPH
                                       93FT  137/09 MPH
                                      241FT  138/11 MPH
                                      498FT  146/16 MPH
                                      881FT  160/24 MPH
                                     1382FT  175/29 MPH
                                     1998FT  188/22 MPH
                                     2689FT  218/21 MPH
                                     3459FT  216/29 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 156/04 MPH
                                       93FT  160/12 MPH
                                      241FT  161/14 MPH
                                      498FT  164/21 MPH
                                      882FT  175/27 MPH
                                     1387FT  189/29 MPH
                                     2000FT  196/29 MPH
                                     2688FT  203/26 MPH
                                     3455FT  208/28 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 165/06 MPH
                                       96FT  164/15 MPH
                                      244FT  165/17 MPH
                                      502FT  171/25 MPH
                                      887FT  175/27 MPH
                                     1387FT  189/29 MPH
                                     2000FT  196/29 MPH
                                     2688FT  203/26 MPH
                                     3455FT  208/28 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                2 PM  85 FT
                                     4 PM  92 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        713 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  190/06 MPH
                    9 AM  190/07 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 211754
RECTOP

AFTERNOON LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1154 AM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z SATURDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1152 AM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

MVFR/IFR CONDITIONS DOMINATE THE ENTIRE PERIOD.  CURRENT MVFR
CONDITIONS WITH DRIZZLE ARE EXPECTED TO HOLD ON UNTIL 20Z WHEN IFR
CEILINGS/MVFR VISBYS MOVE NORTHWARD INTO THE AREA.  FROM HERE, DENSE
FOG IS EXPECTED THIS EVENING THROUGH THE REST OF THE PERIOD.  WITH
THIS, LIGHT DRIZZLE IS STILL LIKELY UP TO 06Z AS THERE IS PERSISTENT
LIFT PRESENT THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT.  INTRUDING DRY AIR FROM THE SW
SHOULD HELP TO IMPROVE CEILINGS TOWARD THE END OF THE PERIOD,
HOWEVER THE CONFIDENCE IN EXACT TIMING OF THIS IMPROVEMENT IS LOW.

.THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:                          504 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           2 PM  130/08 MPH
                                     4 PM  130/07 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 508 AM):        200FT  104/13 MPH
                                      400FT  108/21 MPH
                                      600FT  114/27 MPH
                                      800FT  121/32 MPH
                                     1000FT  137/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  160/26 MPH
                                     2000FT  166/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 127/03 MPH
                                       93FT  137/09 MPH
                                      241FT  138/11 MPH
                                      498FT  146/16 MPH
                                      881FT  160/24 MPH
                                     1382FT  175/29 MPH
                                     1998FT  188/22 MPH
                                     2689FT  218/21 MPH
                                     3459FT  216/29 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 156/04 MPH
                                       93FT  160/12 MPH
                                      241FT  161/14 MPH
                                      498FT  164/21 MPH
                                      882FT  175/27 MPH
                                     1387FT  189/29 MPH
                                     2000FT  196/29 MPH
                                     2688FT  203/26 MPH
                                     3455FT  208/28 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 165/06 MPH
                                       96FT  164/15 MPH
                                      244FT  165/17 MPH
                                      502FT  171/25 MPH
                                      887FT  175/27 MPH
                                     1387FT  189/29 MPH
                                     2000FT  196/29 MPH
                                     2688FT  203/26 MPH
                                     3455FT  208/28 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                2 PM  85 FT
                                     4 PM  92 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        713 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  190/06 MPH
                    9 AM  190/07 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 211312
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
712 AM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z SATURDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 536 AM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

VFR CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO HOLD UNTIL 16Z, WHEN MVFR STRATUS
WILL MOVE INTO THE AREA.  SHRA WITH DRIZZLE WILL BEGIN BETWEEN
17-18Z, KEEPING CEILINGS BETWEEN IFR/MVFR THROUGHOUT THE DAY WITH
MVFR VISBYS.  HAVE INTRODUCED MVFR VISIBILITIES AFTER 06Z AT ALL
TERMINALS WITH THE INCREASED POSSIBILITY OF FOG TOMORROW MORNING.
LOCALLY DENSER FOG IS NOT OUT OF THE QUESTION, BUT WILL KEEP THIS
OUT OF THE TAF UNTIL THERE IS GREATER CONFIDENCE.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         712 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           8 AM  110/08 MPH
                                     9 AM  110/08 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 508 AM):        200FT  104/13 MPH
                                      400FT  108/21 MPH
                                      600FT  114/27 MPH
                                      800FT  121/32 MPH
                                     1000FT  137/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  160/26 MPH
                                     2000FT  166/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):        35FT  102/05 MPH
                                      114FT  105/17 MPH
                                      256FT  106/19 MPH
                                      504FT  118/30 MPH
                                      876FT  124/36 MPH
                                     1368FT  139/36 MPH
                                     1971FT  156/30 MPH
                                     2648FT  171/23 MPH
                                     3407FT  183/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):        35FT  107/05 MPH
                                      111FT  110/16 MPH
                                      253FT  111/19 MPH
                                      501FT  126/30 MPH
                                      876FT  131/38 MPH
                                     1367FT  148/35 MPH
                                     1972FT  170/28 MPH
                                     2654FT  181/23 MPH
                                     3415FT  191/20 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):        30FT  111/04 MPH
                                      106FT  115/16 MPH
                                      248FT  116/18 MPH
                                      496FT  133/29 MPH
                                      870FT  131/38 MPH
                                     1367FT  148/35 MPH
                                     1972FT  170/28 MPH
                                     2654FT  181/23 MPH
                                     3415FT  191/20 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                8 AM  -1044 FT
                                     9 AM  -899 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:         504 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   2 PM  130/08 MPH
                    4 PM  130/07 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 211312
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
712 AM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z SATURDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 536 AM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

VFR CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO HOLD UNTIL 16Z, WHEN MVFR STRATUS
WILL MOVE INTO THE AREA.  SHRA WITH DRIZZLE WILL BEGIN BETWEEN
17-18Z, KEEPING CEILINGS BETWEEN IFR/MVFR THROUGHOUT THE DAY WITH
MVFR VISBYS.  HAVE INTRODUCED MVFR VISIBILITIES AFTER 06Z AT ALL
TERMINALS WITH THE INCREASED POSSIBILITY OF FOG TOMORROW MORNING.
LOCALLY DENSER FOG IS NOT OUT OF THE QUESTION, BUT WILL KEEP THIS
OUT OF THE TAF UNTIL THERE IS GREATER CONFIDENCE.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         712 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           8 AM  110/08 MPH
                                     9 AM  110/08 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 508 AM):        200FT  104/13 MPH
                                      400FT  108/21 MPH
                                      600FT  114/27 MPH
                                      800FT  121/32 MPH
                                     1000FT  137/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  160/26 MPH
                                     2000FT  166/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):        35FT  102/05 MPH
                                      114FT  105/17 MPH
                                      256FT  106/19 MPH
                                      504FT  118/30 MPH
                                      876FT  124/36 MPH
                                     1368FT  139/36 MPH
                                     1971FT  156/30 MPH
                                     2648FT  171/23 MPH
                                     3407FT  183/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):        35FT  107/05 MPH
                                      111FT  110/16 MPH
                                      253FT  111/19 MPH
                                      501FT  126/30 MPH
                                      876FT  131/38 MPH
                                     1367FT  148/35 MPH
                                     1972FT  170/28 MPH
                                     2654FT  181/23 MPH
                                     3415FT  191/20 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):        30FT  111/04 MPH
                                      106FT  115/16 MPH
                                      248FT  116/18 MPH
                                      496FT  133/29 MPH
                                      870FT  131/38 MPH
                                     1367FT  148/35 MPH
                                     1972FT  170/28 MPH
                                     2654FT  181/23 MPH
                                     3415FT  191/20 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                8 AM  -1044 FT
                                     9 AM  -899 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:         504 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   2 PM  130/08 MPH
                    4 PM  130/07 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 211312
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
712 AM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z SATURDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 536 AM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

VFR CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO HOLD UNTIL 16Z, WHEN MVFR STRATUS
WILL MOVE INTO THE AREA.  SHRA WITH DRIZZLE WILL BEGIN BETWEEN
17-18Z, KEEPING CEILINGS BETWEEN IFR/MVFR THROUGHOUT THE DAY WITH
MVFR VISBYS.  HAVE INTRODUCED MVFR VISIBILITIES AFTER 06Z AT ALL
TERMINALS WITH THE INCREASED POSSIBILITY OF FOG TOMORROW MORNING.
LOCALLY DENSER FOG IS NOT OUT OF THE QUESTION, BUT WILL KEEP THIS
OUT OF THE TAF UNTIL THERE IS GREATER CONFIDENCE.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         712 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           8 AM  110/08 MPH
                                     9 AM  110/08 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 508 AM):        200FT  104/13 MPH
                                      400FT  108/21 MPH
                                      600FT  114/27 MPH
                                      800FT  121/32 MPH
                                     1000FT  137/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  160/26 MPH
                                     2000FT  166/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):        35FT  102/05 MPH
                                      114FT  105/17 MPH
                                      256FT  106/19 MPH
                                      504FT  118/30 MPH
                                      876FT  124/36 MPH
                                     1368FT  139/36 MPH
                                     1971FT  156/30 MPH
                                     2648FT  171/23 MPH
                                     3407FT  183/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):        35FT  107/05 MPH
                                      111FT  110/16 MPH
                                      253FT  111/19 MPH
                                      501FT  126/30 MPH
                                      876FT  131/38 MPH
                                     1367FT  148/35 MPH
                                     1972FT  170/28 MPH
                                     2654FT  181/23 MPH
                                     3415FT  191/20 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):        30FT  111/04 MPH
                                      106FT  115/16 MPH
                                      248FT  116/18 MPH
                                      496FT  133/29 MPH
                                      870FT  131/38 MPH
                                     1367FT  148/35 MPH
                                     1972FT  170/28 MPH
                                     2654FT  181/23 MPH
                                     3415FT  191/20 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                8 AM  -1044 FT
                                     9 AM  -899 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:         504 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   2 PM  130/08 MPH
                    4 PM  130/07 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 211312
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
712 AM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z SATURDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 536 AM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

VFR CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO HOLD UNTIL 16Z, WHEN MVFR STRATUS
WILL MOVE INTO THE AREA.  SHRA WITH DRIZZLE WILL BEGIN BETWEEN
17-18Z, KEEPING CEILINGS BETWEEN IFR/MVFR THROUGHOUT THE DAY WITH
MVFR VISBYS.  HAVE INTRODUCED MVFR VISIBILITIES AFTER 06Z AT ALL
TERMINALS WITH THE INCREASED POSSIBILITY OF FOG TOMORROW MORNING.
LOCALLY DENSER FOG IS NOT OUT OF THE QUESTION, BUT WILL KEEP THIS
OUT OF THE TAF UNTIL THERE IS GREATER CONFIDENCE.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         712 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           8 AM  110/08 MPH
                                     9 AM  110/08 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 508 AM):        200FT  104/13 MPH
                                      400FT  108/21 MPH
                                      600FT  114/27 MPH
                                      800FT  121/32 MPH
                                     1000FT  137/35 MPH
                                     1500FT  160/26 MPH
                                     2000FT  166/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):        35FT  102/05 MPH
                                      114FT  105/17 MPH
                                      256FT  106/19 MPH
                                      504FT  118/30 MPH
                                      876FT  124/36 MPH
                                     1368FT  139/36 MPH
                                     1971FT  156/30 MPH
                                     2648FT  171/23 MPH
                                     3407FT  183/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):        35FT  107/05 MPH
                                      111FT  110/16 MPH
                                      253FT  111/19 MPH
                                      501FT  126/30 MPH
                                      876FT  131/38 MPH
                                     1367FT  148/35 MPH
                                     1972FT  170/28 MPH
                                     2654FT  181/23 MPH
                                     3415FT  191/20 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):        30FT  111/04 MPH
                                      106FT  115/16 MPH
                                      248FT  116/18 MPH
                                      496FT  133/29 MPH
                                      870FT  131/38 MPH
                                     1367FT  148/35 MPH
                                     1972FT  170/28 MPH
                                     2654FT  181/23 MPH
                                     3415FT  191/20 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                8 AM  -1044 FT
                                     9 AM  -899 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:         504 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   2 PM  130/08 MPH
                    4 PM  130/07 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 211206
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
500 AM MST FRI NOV 21 2014

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

IN 1934, THE LATEST DATE FOR THE FIRST MEASURABLE SNOW OF THE
SEASON OCCURRED IN DENVER COLORADO. THIS WAS NOT THE FIRST SNOW OF
THE SEASON, BECAUSE TRACES OF SNOW HAD FALLEN EARLIER IN SEPTEMBER.
SNOWFALL TOTALED ONLY 1.0 INCH OVER DOWNTOWN DENVER.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 211206
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
500 AM MST FRI NOV 21 2014

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

IN 1934, THE LATEST DATE FOR THE FIRST MEASURABLE SNOW OF THE
SEASON OCCURRED IN DENVER COLORADO. THIS WAS NOT THE FIRST SNOW OF
THE SEASON, BECAUSE TRACES OF SNOW HAD FALLEN EARLIER IN SEPTEMBER.
SNOWFALL TOTALED ONLY 1.0 INCH OVER DOWNTOWN DENVER.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 211206
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
500 AM MST FRI NOV 21 2014

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

IN 1934, THE LATEST DATE FOR THE FIRST MEASURABLE SNOW OF THE
SEASON OCCURRED IN DENVER COLORADO. THIS WAS NOT THE FIRST SNOW OF
THE SEASON, BECAUSE TRACES OF SNOW HAD FALLEN EARLIER IN SEPTEMBER.
SNOWFALL TOTALED ONLY 1.0 INCH OVER DOWNTOWN DENVER.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 211206
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
500 AM MST FRI NOV 21 2014

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

IN 1934, THE LATEST DATE FOR THE FIRST MEASURABLE SNOW OF THE
SEASON OCCURRED IN DENVER COLORADO. THIS WAS NOT THE FIRST SNOW OF
THE SEASON, BECAUSE TRACES OF SNOW HAD FALLEN EARLIER IN SEPTEMBER.
SNOWFALL TOTALED ONLY 1.0 INCH OVER DOWNTOWN DENVER.

$$



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