Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KGID 192217

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

Following a Saturday that was a little cooler than expected across
our local coverage area of South Central Nebraska and North Central
Kansas...showers and a few fairly weak thunderstorms lingered well
into the night mainly within North Central Kansas.
was dry overnight across most of the local Nebraska area...with lows
early this morning among the coolest we have seen all month so
far...with many places dropping into the mid to upper 50s. Focusing
on the forecast for this Fathers Day...the big story for the
majority of the area will be quiet...dry weather under mostly sunny
skies...along with slightly below-average temperatures. More
specifically...highs are expected to range from the upper 70s in
most local Nebraska the low 80s in North Central
Kansas. It could be a touch breezy during the late morning and
afternoon...with gusts to around 20 MPH out of the northwest. While
the official forecast for tonight remains least for
now...there are some indications that some spotty sprinkles or light
rain showers may try to develop. Mondays weather looks fairly
similar to todays overall...although temperatures will start an
upward climb with highs mainly in the mid to upper 80s. Temps
continue this upward climb Tuesday before peaking on
Wednesday...which appears to be the overall-hottest day of the week
with highs well into the 90s. However...unlike earlier in the
month...these hotter readings dont look to stick around
cooler air should again return by next weekend. Precipitation-wise
during the upcoming week...there are several...on-and-off chances
for thunderstorms starting Tuesday evening and lasting through at
least Friday. Although most of these rain chances do not appear
overly-impressive at this point...the return of warmer and more
humid air could spark off a few strong to severe storms...especially
between Wednesday and Friday.

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