Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Western and North Central Nebraska
National Weather Service North Platte NE
710 PM CST Mon Jan 23 2017 /610 PM MST Mon Jan 23 2017/

Mostly sunny skies and southerly winds helped push temperatures
above normal across much of western Nebraska today. Highs ranged
from the mid 40s to lower 50s. Clouds and easterly winds kept
temperatures much cooler over portions of north central Nebraska,
where highs remained in the 30s.

Precipitation chances increase overnight as a storm system moves
off the Rockies and onto the Great Plains. A wintry mix of
freezing rain, sleet, and snow early Tuesday morning will switch to
all snow by late morning. Roads may be slick Tuesday morning,
especially across northern Nebraska. Lows overnight will generally
be in the 20s across the Sandhills. The heaviest snow and
strongest winds will occur Tuesday afternoon and evening, with the
greatest accumulation along and north of Highway 20.

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