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Weather Summary for Portions of the Central Plains
National Weather Service Hastings NE
1146 PM CST Tue Jan 10 2017

Temperatures will fall through the day on Wednesday with the highs
being when you first get up and then falling through the 20s. It
will also be windy with northerly winds of 20 to 25 mph and gusts to
over 30 mph. The cold air will linger right through the end of the
work week with highs below freezing. A significant winter storm
system currently dumping torrential rains over California will dive
south to near the Mexican border and then turn northeast and head
into the plains. The model forecast tracks are starting to converge
on a winter storm for portions of Kansas and Nebraska by especially
Sunday into Monday. With warm air aloft and cold air near the
surface this will likely result in a fairly large swath of freezing
rain. A snow band will develop near the upper low to the northwest
of the freezing rain. This storm system is still too far out to nail
down exact precipitation types and those with travel plans will want
to remain advised to the latest forecast in the coming days.

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