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Weather Summary for Portions of the Central Plains
National Weather Service Hastings NE
942 PM CDT Tue Oct 10 2017

On Tuesday evening...our local coverage area of South Central
Nebraska and North Central Kansas was settling into what will
certainly be the chilliest night of the fall season so far...and for
many areas...the overall-coldest night since late April or early
May. Under crystal clear skies...low temperatures tonight will
tumble into the low 30s in most areas...with colder mid-to-upper 20s
most favored north and east of the Nebraska Tri Cities where breezes
will be overall-lightest. A Freeze Warning is posted for our entire
local area...and even though many places may not technically have a
hard...killing freeze of 28 degrees-or-colder...all areas should at
least see widespread frost development. Moving beyond the
frost/freeze concerns of tonight...most folks will probably agree
that the overall-forecast through the next week is not looking all
that bad. In short...we will be returning to milder fall
conditions...along with mostly dry weather. Getting into more
detail...in the wake of a very cool Monday and Tuesday that was more
typical of November than October...we will see highs rebound into
the 60s area-wide on Wednesday...followed by a mix of 60s and 70s
Thursday into Friday. A bit of a cool-down arrives for the weekend
with highs only in the 50s and 60s. There will also be a chance of
some rain and perhaps a few thunderstorms...primarily between Friday
night and Saturday night...but at this time rain amounts do not look
very impressive. Beyond that...early next week will see a return to
dry and seasonably-mild conditions...with highs back into the 60s
and 70s. For those wondering if there are any more opportunities for
frost or sub-freezing temperatures beyond tonight...they will not
arrive anytime soon...as overnight lows should hold up in the 40s in
most of our coverage area through the next week.

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