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Weather Summary for Portions of the Central Plains...corrected
National Weather Service Hastings NE
1202 PM CST Sun Feb 11 2018

Following a few rounds of snow since Friday that blanketed most of
south central Nebraska and north central Kansas with at
least 2 to 4 inches...today marks a return to widespread sunshine
and snow-free weather. Although temperatures will remain
below-average this afternoon...it will be an improvement over
yesterday...with highs ranging from the mid to upper 20s in most
local Nebraska counties...to the low and mid 30s in parts of north
central Kansas...along with the Furnas County Nebraska area. Looking
ahead to the upcoming work week...it will not be as active as this
past week was...but there could still be a few chances for snow
lurking here or there. Right away tomorrow...parts of the area could
see some flurries or very light snow...but with little to no
accumulation. Should this occur...it would be most favored north and
west of the Tri Cities. Then...later in the week...there could be a
bit better chance of snow Thursday into Thursday night...but this
does not currently appear to be a major storm. Temperature-
wise...most of the upcoming week looks to average out colder-than-
normal for mid-February...with highs on most days in or near the 30s
in Nebraska...and in or near the 40s in north central Kansas.
However...there will be some colder and warmer exceptions. Tomorrow
currently appears to be the coldest day of the work-week...with
highs only ranging from the teens north of Interstate 80...to the
low 30s in north central Kansas. On the warmer side of
things...Wednesday...Valentines Day...clearly stands out as the
mildest day of the week...with readings in southern Nebraska
climbing well into the 40s to low 50s...and even warmer readings in
the mid 50s to low 60s in north central Kansas.

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