Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Hastings, NE

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AWUS83 KGID 301057

Weather Summary for Portions of the Central Plains
National Weather Service Hastings NE
556 AM CDT Fri Sep 30 2016

It was yet another seasonably-cool...but very quiet and clear night
across the local South Central Nebraska and North Central Kansas
area. For most places...overnight temperatures remained just a touch
above those seen Thursday morning...with lows bottoming out mainly
between 39 and 43 degrees. Going forward...our prolonged stretch of
pleasant and dry fall weather should largely continue through the
weekend and into Monday...before some halfway decent chances for
showers and thunderstorms arrive during the Monday night through
Wednesday time frame...but especially centered on Tuesday and
Tuesday night. Focusing on this weekend...although it will remain
dry the vast majority of the is not out of the question
that some isolated sprinkles or rain showers could roam parts of the
local area Saturday into Saturday night...although these chances are
so low that they are not even mentioned in the official forecast at
this time. Backing up to todays weather...the forecast remains
guaranteed dry and mostly sunny...although there will be a bit more
in the way of passing high level clouds than the past few days. High
temperatures are expected to climb just a few degrees higher than
yesterday...with most places topping out in the low 70s. After
starting out extremely light...breezes through most of today will
average 5 to 10 MPH from the east-southeast. Wind speeds will slowly
increase over the next several days...with downright breezy
conditions expected by Monday ahead of the approaching low pressure

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