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SXUS73 KGLD 260050
RERGLD

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
649 PM MDT SAT OCT 25 2014

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE TIED AT BURLINGTON COLORADO...

A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 84 DEGREES WAS TIED AT BURLINGTON COLORADO
TODAY.  THIS TIES THE OLD RECORD OF 84 DEGREES SET IN 1963.

$$

KOCHASIC




000
SXUS73 KGLD 252347
RERGLD

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
542 PM MDT SAT OCT 25 2014

...UNOFFICIAL RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE SET AT COLBY KANSAS...

AN UNOFFICIAL RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 88 DEGREES WAS SET AT COLBY KANSAS
TODAY.  THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 87 DEGREES SET IN 1940.
THIS READING IS FROM AN UNOFFICIAL WEATHER STATION.  OFFICIAL DATA ARE
REPORTED BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS AT THE END OF THE MONTH.

$$

KOCHASIC



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000
SXUS43 KTOP 252330
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
630 PM CDT SAT OCT 25 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 00Z TAFS THROUGH 00Z SUNDAY EVENING)
ISSUED AT 626 PM CDT SAT OCT 25 2014

HAVE MODERATE CONFIDENCE IN SUBSTANTIAL AVIATION IMPACTS THROUGH
MORNING. EXPECT FOG AND/OR LOW CEILINGS TO DEVELOP AFTER 05Z, AND
LIKELY CLOSER TO 07Z. THERE IS POTENTIAL FOR VIS TO FALL BELOW
1/2SM WITH TIMING OF THE BEST CHANCE FOR THIS BETWEEN 09Z AND 14Z.
AT THE SAME TIME, HAVE SOME POTENTIAL FOR THE LOWEST CIG/VIS
CONDITIONS TO DEVELOP NEAR OR JUST NORTH OF TAF SITES AND IMPROVE
AS A FRONT APPROACHES TAF SITES BY MORNING. MOST LIKELY FORECAST
IS FOR IFR OR WORSE CONDITIONS FOR SEVERAL HOURS THROUGH 15Z.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          630 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 604 PM):        200FT  090/07 MPH
                                      400FT  097/10 MPH
                                      600FT  104/10 MPH
                                      800FT  114/10 MPH
                                     1000FT  134/12 MPH
                                     1500FT  148/11 MPH
                                     2000FT  191/11 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 107/07 MPH
                                       92FT  110/08 MPH
                                      252FT  113/09 MPH
                                      528FT  117/09 MPH
                                      943FT  125/08 MPH
                                     1480FT  147/08 MPH
                                     2129FT  196/08 MPH
                                     2856FT  234/12 MPH
                                     3664FT  261/17 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 092/08 MPH
                                       89FT  092/12 MPH
                                      248FT  097/14 MPH
                                      523FT  105/14 MPH
                                      936FT  122/12 MPH
                                     1474FT  160/10 MPH
                                     2123FT  199/12 MPH
                                     2854FT  226/14 MPH
                                     3661FT  252/17 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 094/07 MPH
                                       85FT  094/14 MPH
                                      244FT  098/16 MPH
                                      519FT  107/17 MPH
                                      932FT  122/12 MPH
                                     1474FT  160/10 MPH
                                     2123FT  199/12 MPH
                                     2854FT  226/14 MPH
                                     3661FT  252/17 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        744 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  150/08 MPH
                    9 AM  160/12 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

$$







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000
SXUS73 KICT 252208
RERICT

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
0505 PM CDT SAT OCT 25 2014

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE SET AT WICHITA MID CONTINENT TODAY...

A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 91 DEGREES WAS SET AT WICHITA MID
CONTINENT TODAY. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 87 SET IN 1891.


$$

CJ





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000
SXUS43 KTOP 252112
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
16:11 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMPS: 79-84
SKIES: SUNNY
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 252055
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:54 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST REGION
TEMPS 88 TO 90 SKIES MOSTLY CLEAR  ROADS NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 252050
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:49 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
SOUTHCENTRAL REGION
TEMPS/ 88 - 90
SKIES/ FAIR
ROADS/ NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 252047
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:46 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
NORTHWEST
TEMPS:  83-88
SKIES:  CLEAR AND SUNNY
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 252044
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:43 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
NORTHWEST
TEMPS:  83-88
SKIES:  CLEAR AND SUNNY
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 252042
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:41 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMPS   78-80
SKIES   FAIR
ROADS   NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 252040
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:39 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP: 79-90 DEGREES
SKIES: SUNNY
WINDS: 6-8 MPH
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 252032
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:31 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
TEMPS  80-85
SKIES  FAIR
ROADS  NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251738
RECTOP

AFTERNOON LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1238 PM CDT SAT OCT 25 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z SUNDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1227 PM CDT SAT OCT 25 2014

VFR CONDITIONS WILL PREVAIL THROUGH 03Z/26 WITH GENERALLY CLEAR SKIES
AND NO VSBY RESTRICTIONS. HOWEVER...A WARM FRONT WILL DEVELOP
ACROSS SOUTHERN KS AND LIFT NORTHWARD THRU THE TERMINALS OVERNIGHT
AND EARLY SUNDAY. THIS WILL LIKELY RESULT IN AN AREA OF MVFR STRATUS
AND FOG DEVELOPING TOWARDS 06Z...THAT WILL LOWER TO IFR/LIFR
CONDITIONS IN THE 08-14Z TIME FRAME BEFORE BECOMING VFR AGAIN BY
15Z AS THE WARM FRONT LIFTS NORTH OF THE TERMINALS. EASTERLY WINDS
UNDER 10 KTS WILL PERSIST THROUGH 06Z THEN BECOMING MORE SOUTH TO
SOUTHEAST BY 15Z AND INCREASING AS THE WARM FRONT LIFTS NORTH OF
THE TERMINALS.

.THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:                          630 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           4 PM  120/07 MPH
                                     6 PM  110/06 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 622 AM):        200FT  054/06 MPH
                                      400FT  056/10 MPH
                                      600FT  058/10 MPH
                                      800FT  049/09 MPH
                                     1000FT  019/07 MPH
                                     1500FT  351/11 MPH
                                     2000FT  323/15 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 100/07 MPH
                                       97FT  102/09 MPH
                                      259FT  104/09 MPH
                                      535FT  107/09 MPH
                                      946FT  112/09 MPH
                                     1480FT  150/08 MPH
                                     2130FT  185/08 MPH
                                     2856FT  223/07 MPH
                                     3665FT  272/08 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 094/07 MPH
                                      100FT  095/11 MPH
                                      258FT  098/13 MPH
                                      533FT  103/13 MPH
                                      944FT  114/12 MPH
                                     1477FT  154/10 MPH
                                     2127FT  181/11 MPH
                                     2856FT  199/10 MPH
                                     3662FT  230/07 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 092/05 MPH
                                       97FT  096/11 MPH
                                      255FT  099/14 MPH
                                      529FT  107/15 MPH
                                      940FT  114/12 MPH
                                     1477FT  154/10 MPH
                                     2127FT  181/11 MPH
                                     2856FT  199/10 MPH
                                     3662FT  230/07 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                4 PM  2735 FT
                                     6 PM  2654 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        744 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  150/08 MPH
                    9 AM  160/12 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 251738
RECTOP

AFTERNOON LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1238 PM CDT SAT OCT 25 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z SUNDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1227 PM CDT SAT OCT 25 2014

VFR CONDITIONS WILL PREVAIL THROUGH 03Z/26 WITH GENERALLY CLEAR SKIES
AND NO VSBY RESTRICTIONS. HOWEVER...A WARM FRONT WILL DEVELOP
ACROSS SOUTHERN KS AND LIFT NORTHWARD THRU THE TERMINALS OVERNIGHT
AND EARLY SUNDAY. THIS WILL LIKELY RESULT IN AN AREA OF MVFR STRATUS
AND FOG DEVELOPING TOWARDS 06Z...THAT WILL LOWER TO IFR/LIFR
CONDITIONS IN THE 08-14Z TIME FRAME BEFORE BECOMING VFR AGAIN BY
15Z AS THE WARM FRONT LIFTS NORTH OF THE TERMINALS. EASTERLY WINDS
UNDER 10 KTS WILL PERSIST THROUGH 06Z THEN BECOMING MORE SOUTH TO
SOUTHEAST BY 15Z AND INCREASING AS THE WARM FRONT LIFTS NORTH OF
THE TERMINALS.

.THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:                          630 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           4 PM  120/07 MPH
                                     6 PM  110/06 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 622 AM):        200FT  054/06 MPH
                                      400FT  056/10 MPH
                                      600FT  058/10 MPH
                                      800FT  049/09 MPH
                                     1000FT  019/07 MPH
                                     1500FT  351/11 MPH
                                     2000FT  323/15 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 100/07 MPH
                                       97FT  102/09 MPH
                                      259FT  104/09 MPH
                                      535FT  107/09 MPH
                                      946FT  112/09 MPH
                                     1480FT  150/08 MPH
                                     2130FT  185/08 MPH
                                     2856FT  223/07 MPH
                                     3665FT  272/08 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 094/07 MPH
                                      100FT  095/11 MPH
                                      258FT  098/13 MPH
                                      533FT  103/13 MPH
                                      944FT  114/12 MPH
                                     1477FT  154/10 MPH
                                     2127FT  181/11 MPH
                                     2856FT  199/10 MPH
                                     3662FT  230/07 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 092/05 MPH
                                       97FT  096/11 MPH
                                      255FT  099/14 MPH
                                      529FT  107/15 MPH
                                      940FT  114/12 MPH
                                     1477FT  154/10 MPH
                                     2127FT  181/11 MPH
                                     2856FT  199/10 MPH
                                     3662FT  230/07 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                4 PM  2735 FT
                                     6 PM  2654 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        744 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  150/08 MPH
                    9 AM  160/12 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 251559
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
10:58 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
KANSAS TURNPIKE
TEMPS 61 TO 75 DEGREES
ROADWAYS NORMAL ENTIRE ROUTE




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251425
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
09:24 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
UPDATE I70 307 EXIT RAMPS  CLOSED   EB AND WB OFF RAMPS ON I70
313 CLOSED DOWN
FOR TRAFFIC FLOW ISSUES DUE TO AN ACCIDENT MANHATTAN




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251412
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
09:12 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
EB AND WB OFF RAMPS ON I70 313 CLOSED DOWN FOR TRAFFIC FLOW
ISSUES DUE TO AN
ACCIDENT MANHATTAN




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251235
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
735 AM CDT SAT OCT 25 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z SUNDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 610 AM CDT SAT OCT 25 2014

FOG AT TAF SITES IS PATCHY, BUT DENSE. FOG BANKS DRIFTING OVER THE
AIRFIELDS AT TIMES WILL MAKE FOR PREVAILING VISBY LESS THAN 3
MILES WITH PATCHY DENSE FOG AT TAF SITES. WILL CARRY A TEMPO FOR
TOP/MHK GIVEN PROXIMITY OF AIRFIELD TO WATER. WINDS NORTH THROUGH
SOUTHEAST BECOME MORE SOUTHERLY OVERNIGHT AND WILL NOT ADD A GROUP
FOR THAT AT THIS TIME.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         742 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           8 AM  350/03 MPH
                                     9 AM  020/03 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 622 AM):        200FT  054/06 MPH
                                      400FT  056/10 MPH
                                      600FT  058/10 MPH
                                      800FT  049/09 MPH
                                     1000FT  019/07 MPH
                                     1500FT  351/11 MPH
                                     2000FT  323/15 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 004/03 MPH
                                       89FT  006/04 MPH
                                      242FT  008/06 MPH
                                      507FT  016/08 MPH
                                      908FT  004/07 MPH
                                     1437FT  358/07 MPH
                                     2085FT  008/06 MPH
                                     2812FT  013/07 MPH
                                     3618FT  003/09 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 030/02 MPH
                                       92FT  031/03 MPH
                                      244FT  034/05 MPH
                                      509FT  041/07 MPH
                                      909FT  034/06 MPH
                                     1435FT  023/05 MPH
                                     2085FT  037/05 MPH
                                     2812FT  036/05 MPH
                                     3618FT  014/07 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 346/02 MPH
                                       89FT  353/02 MPH
                                      241FT  021/03 MPH
                                      509FT  041/05 MPH
                                      907FT  034/06 MPH
                                     1435FT  023/05 MPH
                                     2085FT  037/05 MPH
                                     2812FT  036/05 MPH
                                     3618FT  014/07 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                8 AM  976 FT
                                     9 AM  1246 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:         630 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   4 PM  120/07 MPH
                    6 PM  110/06 MPH

&&

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

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

$$







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000
NOUS43 KGLD 251202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT OCT 25 2014

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

IN 1997, SNOWFALL OF 10 TO 24 INCHES ACCOMPANIED BY 50 TO 60 MPH
WINDS PRODUCED WIDESPREAD BLIZZARD CONDITIONS IN THE TRI STATE AREA
WITH NEAR ZERO VISIBILITY AND WIND CHILLS TO 20 DEGREES BELOW ZERO.
IT WAS THE LARGEST ONE DAY SNOWFALL ON RECORD AT THE GOODLAND
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE WITH 19.3 INCHES. AN ESTIMATED 6200
HEAD OF CATTLE WERE KILLED. THE AIR NATIONAL GUARD AIR LIFTED HAY
TO SURVIVING RANGE CATTLE AFTER THE STORM. UP TO 25 PERCENT OF THE
REMAINING FALL CROPS WERE DAMAGED BY THE SNOW AND WIND. ROADS WERE
CLOSED AND MOTORISTS STRANDED. AT LEAST ONE PERSON SUFFERED SEVERE
FROSTBITE AND MILD HYPOTHERMIA AFTER BECOMING STRANDED FOR OVER 12
HOURS WHEN HIS SNOWMOBILE QUIT. TOTAL PROPERTY DAMAGE FROM THE
STORM WAS ESTIMATED TO BE 5 MILLION DOLLARS.

$$




000
NOUS43 KGLD 251202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT OCT 25 2014

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

IN 1997, SNOWFALL OF 10 TO 24 INCHES ACCOMPANIED BY 50 TO 60 MPH
WINDS PRODUCED WIDESPREAD BLIZZARD CONDITIONS IN THE TRI STATE AREA
WITH NEAR ZERO VISIBILITY AND WIND CHILLS TO 20 DEGREES BELOW ZERO.
IT WAS THE LARGEST ONE DAY SNOWFALL ON RECORD AT THE GOODLAND
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE WITH 19.3 INCHES. AN ESTIMATED 6200
HEAD OF CATTLE WERE KILLED. THE AIR NATIONAL GUARD AIR LIFTED HAY
TO SURVIVING RANGE CATTLE AFTER THE STORM. UP TO 25 PERCENT OF THE
REMAINING FALL CROPS WERE DAMAGED BY THE SNOW AND WIND. ROADS WERE
CLOSED AND MOTORISTS STRANDED. AT LEAST ONE PERSON SUFFERED SEVERE
FROSTBITE AND MILD HYPOTHERMIA AFTER BECOMING STRANDED FOR OVER 12
HOURS WHEN HIS SNOWMOBILE QUIT. TOTAL PROPERTY DAMAGE FROM THE
STORM WAS ESTIMATED TO BE 5 MILLION DOLLARS.

$$




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251052
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:51 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
KANSAS TURNPIKE
TEMPERATURES FROM 49-61 DEGREES.
ROADWAYS ARE NORMAL.  FOG BETWEEN EL DORADO AND EMPORIA AND
TOPEKA AND LAWRENCE.




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251052
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:51 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
KANSAS TURNPIKE
TEMPERATURES FROM 49-61 DEGREES.
ROADWAYS ARE NORMAL.  FOG BETWEEN EL DORADO AND EMPORIA AND
TOPEKA AND LAWRENCE.




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251035
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:34 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
NORTHWESTERN REGION
TEMPS  47-48
SKIES  FAIR
ROADS  NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251035
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:34 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
NORTHWESTERN REGION
TEMPS  47-48
SKIES  FAIR
ROADS  NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251034
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:33 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMP: 57
ROADS: NORMAL
SKIES: CLOUDY WITH FOG




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251034
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:33 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMP: 57
ROADS: NORMAL
SKIES: CLOUDY WITH FOG




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251032
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:30 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP 55    ROADS NORMAL    SKIES FOGGY




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251032
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:30 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP 55    ROADS NORMAL    SKIES FOGGY




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS: 52 -65
SKIES: CLEAR FOG IN SOME AREAS
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS: 52 -65
SKIES: CLEAR FOG IN SOME AREAS
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251028
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:27 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION

TEMP: 49-56
SKIES: FOG
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 251026
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:25 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
OVERCAST SKIES WITH AREAS OF FOG/MIST MOSTLY LOW LYING AREAS
ROADWAYS NORMAL
TEMPS 51-63




000
SXUS43 KTOP 250907
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
04:06 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
I135 SB RAMP TO K254 EB RAMP IS BACK OPEN.

OPR/K571




000
SXUS43 KTOP 250901
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
04:00 2014/10/25
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
I135 SB RAMP TO K254 EB RAMP IS CLOSED DUE TO ACCIDENT. WILL
ADVISE WHEN IT IS
BACK OPEN.

OPR/K571




000
SXUS43 KTOP 250438
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1138 PM CDT FRI OCT 24 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 06Z TAFS THROUGH 06Z SATURDAY NIGHT)
ISSUED AT 1128 PM CDT FRI OCT 24 2014

MAIN CONCERN FOR THE FORECAST PERIOD IS FOG POTENTIAL OVERNIGHT
THROUGH SAT. MORNING. SHALLOW MVFR FOG OCCURRING AT KTOP WILL
LOWER TO IFR AND LIFR AFT 09Z AS PATCHY DENSE FOG SETTLES INTO THE
LOW LYING AREA. KFOE IS MORE MIXED WITH SOUTHWEST WINDS AROUND 6
KTS THROUGH 09Z. SHOULD EXPECT THESE WINDS TO WEAKEN ENOUGH NEAR
THE SURFACE TROUGH AXIS TO DEVELOP PREDOMINANT MVFR VISIBILITIES.
OCCASIONAL IFR CIGS ARE POSSIBLE THROUGH SUNRISE WHERE A TEMPO WAS
INSERTED. KMHK IS MORE UNCERTAIN IN FOG DEVELOPMENT AS LATEST
GUIDANCE IS HINTING AT LOWER DEWPOINT TEMPERATURES JUST NORTH OF
THE TERMINAL. MAY STILL SEE PATCHY MVFR CIGS HOWEVER CONFIDENCE IS
LOW AT THIS POINT. EXPECT FOG TO DISSIPATE BY 15Z WITH LIGHT WINDS
AND VFR CONDITIONS THROUGH REMAINDER OF PERIOD.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          631 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 604 PM):        200FT  209/11 MPH
                                      400FT  210/16 MPH
                                      600FT  214/20 MPH
                                      800FT  217/23 MPH
                                     1000FT  220/27 MPH
                                     1500FT  228/29 MPH
                                     2000FT  248/28 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):        24FT  315/03 MPH
                                      106FT  013/12 MPH
                                      259FT  015/16 MPH
                                      530FT  020/17 MPH
                                      933FT  012/15 MPH
                                     1462FT  006/15 MPH
                                     2106FT  350/16 MPH
                                     2827FT  328/18 MPH
                                     3626FT  325/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):        24FT  360/02 MPH
                                      108FT  028/13 MPH
                                      258FT  028/16 MPH
                                      528FT  028/18 MPH
                                      934FT  025/18 MPH
                                     1463FT  024/16 MPH
                                     2107FT  007/14 MPH
                                     2824FT  339/16 MPH
                                     3623FT  335/17 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):        24FT  020/03 MPH
                                      106FT  036/10 MPH
                                      258FT  038/11 MPH
                                      526FT  036/16 MPH
                                      929FT  025/18 MPH
                                     1463FT  024/16 MPH
                                     2107FT  007/14 MPH
                                     2824FT  339/16 MPH
                                     3623FT  335/17 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        742 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  320/03 MPH
                    9 AM  010/03 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
SXUS73 KGLD 250129
RERGLD

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
653 PM MDT FRI OCT 24 2014

...RECORDS BROKEN ACROSS THE TRI STATE AREA...

A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 89 DEGREES WAS SET AT GOODLAND KANSAS
TODAY.  THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 88 DEGREES SET IN 1915.

A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 89 DEGREES WAS TIED AT HILL CITY KANSAS
TODAY.  THIS TIES THE OLD RECORD OF 89 DEGREES SET IN 1921.

A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 86 DEGREES WAS SET AT BURLINGTON COLORADO
TODAY.  THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 84 DEGREES SET IN 1952.

A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 89 DEGREES WAS SET AT MCCOOK NEBRASKA
TODAY.  THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 88 DEGREES SET IN 1927.

AN UNOFFICIAL RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 90 DEGREES WAS SET AT COLBY KANSAS
TODAY.  THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 87 DEGREES SET IN 2003.
THIS READING IS FROM AN UNOFFICIAL WEATHER STATION.  OFFICIAL DATA ARE
REPORTED BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS AT THE END OF THE MONTH.

$$

KOCHASIC




000
SXUS73 KICT 250031
RERICT

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
0730 PM CDT FRI OCT 24 2014

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS TIED AT RUSSELL KS TODAY...

AT RUSSELL...THE HIGH TEMPERATURE REACHED 86 DEGREES TODAY. THIS
TIES THE OLD RECORD THAT HAD BEEN SET FOR OCTOBER 24TH IN 2011.

$$

CJ






000
SXUS43 KTOP 242351
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
651 PM CDT FRI OCT 24 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 00Z TAFS THROUGH 00Z SATURDAY EVENING)
ISSUED AT 615 PM CDT FRI OCT 24 2014

VFR TO BEGIN FORECAST PERIOD AS WEAK BOUNDARY APPROACHES FROM THE
NORTH. DRIER AIR SETTLES IN BEHIND THE BOUNDARY WHERE SHORT TERM
GUIDANCE IS INDICATING SHOULD STAY NORTH OF TERMINALS OVERNIGHT.
THIS SCENARIO WOULD PROVIDE ADEQUATE SURFACE MOISTURE TO DEVELOP
AREAS OF FOG BETWEEN 09Z AND 12Z. MVFR VISIBILITIES BEGIN AS EARLY
AS 06Z AND FALL BETWEEN IFR AND LIFR FROM 09Z ONWARD. VISIBILITY
CLEARS TO VFR AROUND 15Z AS LIGHT NORTHEAST WINDS VEER TOWARDS THE
EAST IN THE AFTERNOON.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          631 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 604 PM):        200FT  209/11 MPH
                                      400FT  210/16 MPH
                                      600FT  214/20 MPH
                                      800FT  217/23 MPH
                                     1000FT  220/27 MPH
                                     1500FT  228/29 MPH
                                     2000FT  248/28 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 224/11 MPH
                                       68FT  224/15 MPH
                                      229FT  224/17 MPH
                                      508FT  225/19 MPH
                                      922FT  227/21 MPH
                                     1461FT  230/21 MPH
                                     2116FT  238/23 MPH
                                     2841FT  261/26 MPH
                                     3648FT  275/30 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 204/08 MPH
                                       71FT  205/16 MPH
                                      232FT  209/19 MPH
                                      510FT  215/22 MPH
                                      923FT  226/23 MPH
                                     1462FT  236/24 MPH
                                     2118FT  244/26 MPH
                                     2844FT  260/27 MPH
                                     3650FT  276/30 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 204/09 MPH
                                       65FT  207/19 MPH
                                      224FT  208/22 MPH
                                      504FT  217/27 MPH
                                      917FT  226/23 MPH
                                     1462FT  236/24 MPH
                                     2118FT  244/26 MPH
                                     2844FT  260/27 MPH
                                     3650FT  276/30 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        742 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  320/03 MPH
                    9 AM  010/03 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 242042
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:41 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST
TEMPS:  83-88
SKIES:  MOSTLY CLEAR
ROADS:  NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 242041
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:40 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
SOUTHCENTRAL
TEMPS: 80-85
SKIES: SUNNY & FAIR TO PARTLY CLOUDY & BREEZY
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 242038
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:37 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
NORTH WESTERN REGION
TEMPS:  85
SKIES:  FAIR
ROADS:  NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 242036
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:35 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS- 80-83
SKIES- SUNNY
ROADS- NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 242034
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:33 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS ARE 71 - 82
ROADWAYS ARE NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 242033
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:32 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
NORTH EASTERN REGION
TEMP: 77
SKIES: PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS: DRY




000
SXUS43 KTOP 242031
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:29 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMP   74 - 77
SKIES  FAIR
ROADS  NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 241753
RECTOP

AFTERNOON LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1253 PM CDT FRI OCT 24 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z SATURDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1246 PM CDT FRI OCT 24 2014

HIGH LEVEL CIRRUS CLOUDS WILL STEADILY THIN TO ONLY A FEW BY 00Z
AS WINDS DECREASE TO UNDER 6 KTS. EXPECT MVFR TO IFR FOG ALL TERMINALS
MAINLY IN THE 10-14Z TIME FRAME AS WINDS BECOME LIGHT AND VARIABLE
AHEAD OF AN ADVANCING FRONT THAT MAY ENHANCE THE FOG POTENTIAL UNTIL
NORTH WINDS/MIXING BEGIN TO INCREASE BY 14Z WHEN VFR CONDITIONS ARE
ONCE AGAIN EXPECTED ON THRU THE END OF THE FCST.

.THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:                          631 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           4 PM  230/13 MPH
                                     6 PM  220/09 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 630 AM):        200FT  203/12 MPH
                                      400FT  209/20 MPH
                                      600FT  220/25 MPH
                                      800FT  228/27 MPH
                                     1000FT  232/26 MPH
                                     1500FT  230/23 MPH
                                     2000FT  232/24 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 184/06 MPH
                                       74FT  196/14 MPH
                                      234FT  202/17 MPH
                                      512FT  211/20 MPH
                                      926FT  223/22 MPH
                                     1467FT  229/22 MPH
                                     2120FT  241/23 MPH
                                     2846FT  254/25 MPH
                                     3653FT  272/26 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 176/07 MPH
                                       71FT  187/16 MPH
                                      231FT  196/18 MPH
                                      509FT  210/20 MPH
                                      923FT  225/20 MPH
                                     1466FT  237/21 MPH
                                     2120FT  245/22 MPH
                                     2850FT  251/24 MPH
                                     3656FT  267/27 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 184/07 MPH
                                       65FT  192/18 MPH
                                      225FT  195/21 MPH
                                      505FT  208/22 MPH
                                      920FT  225/20 MPH
                                     1466FT  237/21 MPH
                                     2120FT  245/22 MPH
                                     2850FT  251/24 MPH
                                     3656FT  267/27 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                4 PM  2869 FT
                                     6 PM  2578 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        742 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  320/02 MPH
                    9 AM  360/03 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 241718
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
12:17 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
KANSAS CITY METRO
TEMP    66
SKY     SUNNY
ROADS   NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 241715
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
12:14 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS 68
SKIES FAIR
ROADS NORMAL






000
SXUS43 KTOP 241703
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
12:01 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
KANSAS TURNPIKE
TEMPS 65 TO 72 DEGREES
ROADWAYS NORMAL ENTIRE ROUTE




000
SXUS43 KTOP 241646
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:45 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION

TEMPS 61-66
SKIES SUNNY-FAIR
ROADS NORMAL




000
NOUS43 KGLD 241200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI OCT 24 2014

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

IN 1923, A MAJOR STORM DUMPED 12.0 INCHES OF SNOW OVER DOWNTOWN
DENVER.

$$




000
SXUS43 KTOP 241033
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:31 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMP: 59
ROADS: NORMAL
SKIES: CLOUDY WITH HEAVY FOG




000
SXUS43 KTOP 241033
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:32 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION
TEMP: 59
ROADS: NORMAL
SKIES: CLOUDY WITH HEAVY FOG




000
SXUS43 KTOP 241031
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:30 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS/  57-59

SKIES/  MOSTLY CLEAR

ROADS/  NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 241030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
KANSAS TURNPIKE
TEMPS: 53-58
ROADWAYS NORMAL THE ENTIRE ROUTE




000
SXUS43 KTOP 241029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:28 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
NORTHWESTERN REGION
TEMPS  54-55
SKIES  FAIR-PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS  NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 241029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:27 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION

TEMP: 52-59
SKIES: FOG
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 241027
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:25 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WITH SOME AREAS OF FOG/MIST
ROADWAYS NORMAL
TEMPS 53-57




000
SXUS43 KTOP 241026
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:26 2014/10/24
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP 57    ROADS NORMAL    SKIES PARTLY CLOUDY




000
SXUS43 KTOP 240631
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
131 AM CDT FRI OCT 24 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 06Z TAFS THROUGH 06Z FRIDAY NIGHT)
ISSUED AT 1135 PM CDT THU OCT 23 2014

MODELS CONTINUE TO SHOW ENOUGH OF A PRESSURE GRADIENT TO KEEP SOME
WIND AT THE SURFACE THROUGH THE MORNING. THINK THIS ALONG WITH HIGH
CIRRUS OVERHEAD MAY BE ENOUGH TO KEEP THE FOG LIGHT AND VSBY MVFR.
THE EXCEPTION IS MHK WHERE WINDS HAVE GONE CALM. THERE COULD BE A
BRIEF PERIOD OF IFR VSBY BUT THINK THIS WOULD BE TEMPORARY. WITH
MIXING AND INSOLATION, THE BOUNDARY LAYER SHOULD MIX OUT BY LATE
MORNING LEADING TO VFR CONDITIONS THROUGH THE REST OF THE PERIOD.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         740 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  200/06 MPH
                                     9 AM  210/08 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 601 PM):        200FT  164/07 MPH
                                      400FT  171/11 MPH
                                      600FT  176/12 MPH
                                      800FT  180/12 MPH
                                     1000FT  187/11 MPH
                                     1500FT  203/10 MPH
                                     2000FT  231/08 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 183/08 MPH
                                       81FT  193/17 MPH
                                      234FT  195/19 MPH
                                      501FT  214/27 MPH
                                      900FT  223/34 MPH
                                     1428FT  234/29 MPH
                                     2075FT  249/26 MPH
                                     2793FT  260/25 MPH
                                     3587FT  265/22 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 188/10 MPH
                                       81FT  193/18 MPH
                                      234FT  194/20 MPH
                                      501FT  215/31 MPH
                                      905FT  220/37 MPH
                                     1434FT  227/33 MPH
                                     2078FT  242/27 MPH
                                     2798FT  257/22 MPH
                                     3596FT  261/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 198/10 MPH
                                       75FT  204/19 MPH
                                      229FT  204/22 MPH
                                      496FT  219/34 MPH
                                      900FT  220/37 MPH
                                     1434FT  227/33 MPH
                                     2078FT  242/27 MPH
                                     2798FT  257/22 MPH
                                     3596FT  261/18 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  1210 FT
                                     9 AM  1479 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:         633 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   4 PM  220/13 MPH
                    6 PM  220/09 MPH

&&

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

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

$$








000
SXUS43 KTOP 232331
RECTOP

EVENING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
631 PM CDT THU OCT 23 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 00Z TAFS THROUGH 00Z FRIDAY EVENING)
ISSUED AT 559 PM CDT THU OCT 23 2014

CONCERNED THAT FOG COULD DEVELOP OVERNIGHT WITH LIGHT WINDS AND
RECENT RAINFALL. HOWEVER MODELS SHOW THE PRESSURE GRADIENT
GRADUALLY INCREASING OVERNIGHT WHILE HIGH CIRRUS CONTINUES TO
OVERSPREAD THE AREA. MODELS DO NOT SEEM TO BE KEEN ON THE IDEA OF
STRATUS DEVELOPING WITH SOME MID LEVEL DRY AIR ADVECTING IN FROM
THE WEST AND POSSIBLY ENTRAINING INTO THE TOP OF THE BOUNDARY
LAYER. SINCE THERE ISN`T AN IDEAL RADIATIONAL COOLING SETUP, WILL
KEEP A MENTION OF MVFR VSBY AT TOP AND FOE. LESS RAINFALL AND MORE
MIXING THIS AFTERNOON MAKES FOG A LITTLE LESS LIKELY AT MHK SO
WILL MONITOR TRENDS BUT NOT INCLUDE A MENTION OF BR JUST YET.

.THIS EVENING...
    SUNSET:                          633 PM

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 601 PM):        200FT  164/07 MPH
                                      400FT  171/11 MPH
                                      600FT  176/12 MPH
                                      800FT  180/12 MPH
                                     1000FT  187/11 MPH
                                     1500FT  203/10 MPH
                                     2000FT  231/08 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):      SURFACE 154/06 MPH
                                       88FT  156/08 MPH
                                      244FT  157/08 MPH
                                      518FT  159/08 MPH
                                      924FT  164/08 MPH
                                     1451FT  171/07 MPH
                                     2089FT  208/05 MPH
                                     2800FT  267/05 MPH
                                     3587FT  303/07 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):      SURFACE 151/06 MPH
                                       90FT  151/09 MPH
                                      247FT  154/11 MPH
                                      517FT  160/12 MPH
                                      923FT  168/11 MPH
                                     1449FT  183/09 MPH
                                     2086FT  219/07 MPH
                                     2798FT  265/08 MPH
                                     3586FT  272/08 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):      SURFACE 158/05 MPH
                                       90FT  158/10 MPH
                                      246FT  164/12 MPH
                                      517FT  172/13 MPH
                                      921FT  168/11 MPH
                                     1449FT  183/09 MPH
                                     2086FT  219/07 MPH
                                     2798FT  265/08 MPH
                                     3586FT  272/08 MPH

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        741 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  190/05 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 232104
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
16:04 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
NORTH WESTERN REGION
TEMPS:  59-75
SKIES:  FAIR TO PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS:  NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 232037
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:36 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
SOUTH EAST REGION
TEMP  66-70
SKIES CLOUDY
ROADS NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 232036
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:35 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMP   68 - 74
SKIES  PARTLY CLOUDY TO OVERCAST
ROADS  NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 232035
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:34 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
KANSAS CITY METRO
TEMP      63
SKIES     CLOUDY
ROADS     NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 232029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:28 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
NORTHCENTRAL
TEMPS:  72-77
SKIES:  PARTLY SUNNY
ROADS:  CLEAR




000
SXUS43 KTOP 232028
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
15:27 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
NORTH EASTERN REGION
TEMP: 69
SKIES: PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS: DRY




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231804
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
13:03 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS/ 70-72
SKIES/ OVERCAST
ROADS/ NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231804
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
13:03 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS/ 70-72
SKIES/ OVERCAST
ROADS/ NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231755
RECTOP

AFTERNOON LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1255 PM CDT THU OCT 23 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z FRIDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1238 PM CDT THU OCT 23 2014

MVFR CIGS AT KTOP/KFOE WILL GRADUALLY INCREASE TO VFR (3500 FT) AFT
23Z BUT REMAIN VFR AT KMHK AS LOW LEVEL MOISTURE AXIS SHIFTS EAST
OF THE KMHK TAF SITE AS WINDS SLOWLY DECREASE. THIS AXIS OF DEEPER
MOISTURE OVERNIGHT MAY ALLOW FOR MVFR CIGS AND FOG TO REDEVELOP IN
THE KTOP/KFOE TERMINALS AFT 06Z HOWEVER. IF CLOUDCOVER OR LOW
LEVEL MIXING AFT 06Z ARE LESS EXTENSIVE/WEAKER...THEN LOWER CIGS
AND VSBYS IN STRATUS AND FOG COULD OCCUR.

.THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:                          633 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           4 PM  230/06 MPH
                                     6 PM  200/05 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 610 AM):        200FT  170/12 MPH
                                      400FT  172/15 MPH
                                      600FT  181/17 MPH
                                      800FT  190/18 MPH
                                     1000FT  206/22 MPH
                                     1500FT  209/23 MPH
                                     2000FT  213/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):        24FT  192/03 MPH
                                      111FT  194/04 MPH
                                      267FT  196/04 MPH
                                      537FT  201/04 MPH
                                      941FT  207/04 MPH
                                     1466FT  215/05 MPH
                                     2102FT  238/05 MPH
                                     2810FT  283/05 MPH
                                     3596FT  338/08 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):        24FT  140/06 MPH
                                      110FT  142/07 MPH
                                      266FT  147/07 MPH
                                      536FT  153/06 MPH
                                      940FT  165/05 MPH
                                     1465FT  189/04 MPH
                                     2100FT  239/04 MPH
                                     2811FT  283/04 MPH
                                     3597FT  341/05 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):        24FT  147/05 MPH
                                      107FT  147/09 MPH
                                      263FT  150/10 MPH
                                      535FT  155/09 MPH
                                      939FT  165/05 MPH
                                     1465FT  189/04 MPH
                                     2100FT  239/04 MPH
                                     2811FT  283/04 MPH
                                     3597FT  341/05 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                4 PM  2296 FT
                                     6 PM  2063 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        741 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  190/06 MPH
                    9 AM  200/08 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 231755
RECTOP

AFTERNOON LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1255 PM CDT THU OCT 23 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 18Z TAFS THROUGH 18Z FRIDAY AFTERNOON)
ISSUED AT 1238 PM CDT THU OCT 23 2014

MVFR CIGS AT KTOP/KFOE WILL GRADUALLY INCREASE TO VFR (3500 FT) AFT
23Z BUT REMAIN VFR AT KMHK AS LOW LEVEL MOISTURE AXIS SHIFTS EAST
OF THE KMHK TAF SITE AS WINDS SLOWLY DECREASE. THIS AXIS OF DEEPER
MOISTURE OVERNIGHT MAY ALLOW FOR MVFR CIGS AND FOG TO REDEVELOP IN
THE KTOP/KFOE TERMINALS AFT 06Z HOWEVER. IF CLOUDCOVER OR LOW
LEVEL MIXING AFT 06Z ARE LESS EXTENSIVE/WEAKER...THEN LOWER CIGS
AND VSBYS IN STRATUS AND FOG COULD OCCUR.

.THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:                          633 PM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           4 PM  230/06 MPH
                                     6 PM  200/05 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 610 AM):        200FT  170/12 MPH
                                      400FT  172/15 MPH
                                      600FT  181/17 MPH
                                      800FT  190/18 MPH
                                     1000FT  206/22 MPH
                                     1500FT  209/23 MPH
                                     2000FT  213/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 600 PM):        24FT  192/03 MPH
                                      111FT  194/04 MPH
                                      267FT  196/04 MPH
                                      537FT  201/04 MPH
                                      941FT  207/04 MPH
                                     1466FT  215/05 MPH
                                     2102FT  238/05 MPH
                                     2810FT  283/05 MPH
                                     3596FT  338/08 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 PM):        24FT  140/06 MPH
                                      110FT  142/07 MPH
                                      266FT  147/07 MPH
                                      536FT  153/06 MPH
                                      940FT  165/05 MPH
                                     1465FT  189/04 MPH
                                     2100FT  239/04 MPH
                                     2811FT  283/04 MPH
                                     3597FT  341/05 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 PM):        24FT  147/05 MPH
                                      107FT  147/09 MPH
                                      263FT  150/10 MPH
                                      535FT  155/09 MPH
                                      939FT  165/05 MPH
                                     1465FT  189/04 MPH
                                     2100FT  239/04 MPH
                                     2811FT  283/04 MPH
                                     3597FT  341/05 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                4 PM  2296 FT
                                     6 PM  2063 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW MORNING...
    SUNRISE:        741 AM
    SURFACE WIND:   7 AM  190/06 MPH
                    9 AM  200/08 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 231734
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
12:33 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMP     67
SKY      CLOUDY
ROADS    NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231629
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:28 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
SOUTHEAST REGION
TEMP:  59-64
SKIES:  SCATTERED SHOWERS
ROADS:  WET IN AREAS




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231628
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:27 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
SOUTHWEST REGION
 TEMP: 58
SKIES: FOGGY WITH LIMITED VISIBILITY IN LOW AREAS
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231620
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:19 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
NORTHWEST REGION
TEMP/59-75

SKIES/CLEAR

ROADS/NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231620
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:19 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
NORTHWEST REGION
TEMP/59-75

SKIES/CLEAR

ROADS/NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231607
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:06 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
KC METRO REGION

TEMP   62
SKIES  OVERCAST
ROADS  DRY




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231604
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
11:03 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
TURNPIKE
TEMPS 62-67. ROADWAYS WET.



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000
NWUS53 KTOP 231601
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1100 AM CDT THU OCT 23 2014

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

0800 AM     HEAVY RAIN       5 N CARBONDALE          38.89N 95.70W
10/23/2014  M1.75 INCH       SHAWNEE            KS   PUBLIC


&&

$$

EH




000
NWUS53 KTOP 231557
LSRTOP

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
1057 AM CDT THU OCT 23 2014

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

0830 AM     HEAVY RAIN       3 SSW AUBURN            38.86N 95.83W
10/23/2014  M1.35 INCH       OSAGE              KS   TRAINED SPOTTER


&&

$$

EH




000
NOUS43 KGLD 231203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU OCT 23 2014

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

IN 1955, THE FIRST SNOWFALL OF THE SEASON AND THE ONLY MEASURABLE
SNOW OF THE MONTH DUMPED 4.1 INCHES OF SNOW ON STAPLETON AIRPORT IN
DENVER. THIS WAS THE SINGLE HEAVIEST OCTOBER SNOWFALL IN 13
YEARS, SINCE 1942. THE STORM ALSO BROUGHT THE FIRST SUB FREEZING
TEMPERATURES OF THE SEASON, WHEN THE TEMPERATURE DIPPED TO A LOW
OF 25 DEGREES.

$$




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231140
RECTOP

MORNING LOW LEVEL WIND FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
640 AM CDT THU OCT 23 2014

...SHAWNEE COUNTY...

.DISCUSSION...

AVIATION...(FOR THE 12Z TAFS THROUGH 12Z FRIDAY MORNING)
ISSUED AT 621 AM CDT THU OCT 23 2014

STRATUS WILL BE THE MAIN ISSUE WITH THIS TAF PERIOD. FOR NOW THE
CIGS APPEAR TO STAY IN THE MVFR CATEGORY AND THE VIS SHOULD REMAIN
IN VFR. MOST OF THE MODELS ARE SUGGESTING THE CLOUDS WILL LINGER
THROUGH 00Z FRI. AT SOME POINT THE CIGS COULD LIFT TO VFR,
ALTHOUGH GIVEN THE MODEL SPREAD PINNING DOWN THAT TIME IS DIFFICULT.

.THIS MORNING...
    SUNRISE:                         740 AM

    SURFACE WIND FORECAST:           7 AM  200/07 MPH
                                     9 AM  210/08 MPH

    TOP SND (AGL) (AT 610 AM):        200FT  170/12 MPH
                                      400FT  172/15 MPH
                                      600FT  181/17 MPH
                                      800FT  190/18 MPH
                                     1000FT  206/22 MPH
                                     1500FT  209/23 MPH
                                     2000FT  213/21 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 700 AM):      SURFACE 349/01 MPH
                                       47FT  259/01 MPH
                                      201FT  257/02 MPH
                                      471FT  240/06 MPH
                                      872FT  239/10 MPH
                                     1391FT  244/13 MPH
                                     2026FT  253/15 MPH
                                     2732FT  257/16 MPH
                                     3514FT  260/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 800 AM):      SURFACE 360/01 MPH
                                       56FT  315/01 MPH
                                      210FT  285/03 MPH
                                      480FT  258/07 MPH
                                      878FT  252/10 MPH
                                     1399FT  248/14 MPH
                                     2034FT  250/16 MPH
                                     2740FT  256/16 MPH
                                     3521FT  263/18 MPH

    RAP WINDS (AGL)(AT 900 AM):      SURFACE 180/01 MPH
                                       64FT  203/02 MPH
                                      218FT  234/03 MPH
                                      485FT  242/08 MPH
                                      886FT  252/10 MPH
                                     1399FT  248/14 MPH
                                     2034FT  250/16 MPH
                                     2740FT  256/16 MPH
                                     3521FT  263/18 MPH

    DENSITY ALTITUDE:                7 AM  1529 FT
                                     9 AM  1593 FT

.OUTLOOK FOR THIS AFTERNOON...
    SUNSET:         633 PM
    SURFACE WIND:   4 PM  230/06 MPH
                    6 PM  200/05 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 231033
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:33 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
KANSAS TURNPIKE
TEMPS: 58-62
ROADWAYS ARE WET THE ENTIRE ROUTE




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
NORTHEAST REGION
TEMP: 60-62
ROADS: NORMAL TO WET
SKIES: CLOUDY/RAIN




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231030
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:29 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
SOUTH EAST REGION
TEMPS 58-65
SKIES LIGHT RAIN
ROADS NORMAL TO WET IN SPOTS




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:28 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS: 59 - 65
SKIES: PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231029
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:28 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
NORTH CENTRAL REGION
TEMPS: 60 - 63
SKIES: PARTLY CLOUDY
ROADS: NORMAL




000
SXUS43 KTOP 231027
STOKS

ROAD AND HIGHWAY REPORTS
KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL
05:26 2014/10/23
NWSSWI
KC METRO
TEMP 60    ROADS NORMAL    SKIES CLOUDY




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