Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Hastings, NE

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AWUS83 KGID 171156

Weather Summary for Portions of the Central Plains
National Weather Service Hastings NE
656 AM CDT Sun Jul 17 2016

Around sunrise on this Sunday morning...isolated to scattered
showers and thunderstorms were affecting mainly southern and eastern
portions of the local South Central Nebraska and North Central
Kansas area. During the overnight hours...most of the area saw
little to no rain. However...many places within roughly 15 miles of
the Nebraska-Kansas state line did receive decent amounts of
one-half inch or more. Looking ahead forecast-wise...showers and
storms could linger well into the morning hours for areas mainly
near and south of the state line. should pretty much
remain dry all day for the majority of the local area...including
the Nebraska Tri Cities. Assuming that all rain comes to an end by
this afternoon...temperatures should top out slightly warmer than
those on Saturday...ranging from the upper 80s to low 90s in most of
South Central the mid and upper 90s in most of North
Central Kansas. Additional small chances for showers and
thunderstorms arrive tonight...and then again Monday and Monday
night...before a more solidly dry forecast settles in for much of
the remainder of the week. It still appears that the main weather
story this week will be increasing heat...and potentially dangerous
heat index values of 100 degrees or higher. For most of the local
area...the overall-hottest days appear to be Wednesday and
Thursday...when actual high temperatures are expected to range from
generally 96 to 103 degrees.

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