Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Hastings, NE

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AWUS83 KGID 161307

Weather Summary for Portions of the Central Plains
National Weather Service Hastings NE
806 AM CDT Sun Oct 16 2016

The Central Plains region was between a warm front that will lift
north into the Northern Plains today...and a cool front making its
way through the western United States. This cool front will continue
moving east and arrive into the Nebraska Panhandle by this evening.
Winds were light from the southeast this morning...and that was
bringing moisture back into the region in advance of the approaching
front. Conditions were ideal for fog...and it will affect much of
the region this morning. While visibilities will improve by late
morning...the remaining low clouds will gradually erode through the
day. It may take most of the day for the clouds to dissipate in some
locations. The cool front will slowly move across the region late
tonight into tomorrow. It will move through dry with no rain
expected. Temperatures will not cool off until Tuesday. A stronger
cold front will move through Tuesday night...knocking temperatures
down further. Clouds will increase Wednesday...and a few spotty
showers will move through. Rainfall amounts will be very light. The
coolest day of the week will be Thursday...with most locations not
reaching 60. Improvement and warming trend will then occur late week.

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