Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Hastings, NE

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AWUS83 KGID 191143

Weather Summary for Portions of the Central Plains
National Weather Service Hastings NE
642 AM CDT Mon Jun 19 2017

During the overnight hours...spotty sprinkles or very light rain
showers roamed primarily western and southern portions of the NWS
Hastings coverage area...with very minimal accumulation. For
today...any lingering very light precipitation will exit North
Central Kansas this morning...and clouds will also diminish across
the entire area with time...paving the way for a mostly sunny
Monday. High temperatures this afternoon should be a few degrees
warmer than yesterday...with most places topping out in the mid
80s...and perhaps some upper 80s mainly in northern Kansas. Turning
to the general forecast expectations for the upcoming week...and
starting with rainfall and thunderstorm chances...the main story is
that nearly each and every day from Tuesday into next weekend
features at least small chances for precipitation...mainly between
the late afternoon and overnight hours. Unfortunately...a return of
warmer and more humid weather will likely set the stage for a few
rounds of severe thunderstorms as well. While not everybody in South
Central Nebraska and North Central Kansas will actually see severe
storms this week...the potential for at least isolated to scattered
severe activity appears to exist each afternoon and evening from
Tuesday through at least Thursday...and perhaps even Friday as well. will be a little bit of a roller-coaster.
Firstly...readings will gradually heat up these next few
days...peaking on Wednesday with actual highs of 95 to 100
degrees...and heat index values slightly exceeding 100 in some
spots. Thereafter...a gradual cool-down will get underway...and as
it currently stands...highs this weekend should only be in the 70s
to around 80 degrees.

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