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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS  
500 AM MST MON JAN 26 2015  
   
..ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY
 
 
IN 1951, THE TEMPERATURE SOARED TO 79 DEGREES IN GOODLAND, KANSAS,  
THE HIGHEST EVER RECORDED IN THE MONTH OF JANUARY.  
 
IN 2002, THE TEMPERATURE CLIMBED TO 77 DEGREES IN MCCOOK ,  
NEBRASKA, A JANUARY RECORD.  
 
IN 1994, SNOW BEGAN FALLING ACROSS THE TRI STATE AREA SHORTLY  
BEFORE DAYBREAK AND CONTINUED UNTIL THE EVENING. GOODLAND SAW 10  
INCHES OF SNOW, WITH MUCH OF IT COMING DURING JUST A NINE HOUR  
PERIOD. STORM TOTALS WERE GENERALLY BETWEEN 6 AND 12  
INCHES, EXCEPT ACROSS GREELEY AND WALLACE COUNTIES WHERE BETWEEN  
3 AND 6 INCHES WERE REPORTED.  
 

 
 
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