Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KGID 241250 CCA

Weather Summary for Portions of the Central Plains...Correction
National Weather Service Hastings NE
746 AM CDT Wed Aug 24 2016

After a few isolated thunderstorms developed in south central
Nebraska Tuesday evening...a cold front made its way across south
central Nebraska and into north central Kansas early today. The most
noticeable change with the frontal passage is cooler and less humid
air filtering into the region. Instead of temperatures in the 90s
and dew points near 70 degrees...expect high temperatures today
will average around 80 degrees...give or take a couple degrees. With
dewpoints in the 50s and lower 60s...everyone should notice the much
drier feel to the day compared to Tuesday. Later today...rain
chances will increase from the south as showers and a few
thunderstorms develop along the stalled frontal boundary in Kansas
and move northeast. In fact...the best shot for rain will be across
northern Kansas and into far southeast Nebraska tonight. Rain
chances diminish rapidly from south to north...with little or no
rain expected north of Interstate 80 in south central Nebraska. Lows
tonight will dip into the 50s and lower 60s region wide.
Temperatures will remain mild Thursday and Friday with highs likely
holding in the upper 70s.

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