Short Term Forecast
Issued by NWS North Platte, NE

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FPUS73 KLBF 240014
NOWLBF

SHORT TERM FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
714 PM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015

NEZ004>010-022>029-035>038-056>059-069>071-094-240200-
BLAINE-BOYD-BROWN-CHASE-CUSTER-DEUEL-FRONTIER-GARDEN-GARFIELD-GRANT-
HAYES-HOLT-HOOKER-KEITH-KEYA PAHA-LINCOLN-LOGAN-LOUP-MCPHERSON-
PERKINS-ROCK-SHERIDAN-THOMAS-WHEELER-ARTHUR-EASTERN CHERRY-
WESTERN CHERRY-
INCLUDING...AINSWORTH...ARNOLD...ARTHUR...BASSETT...BIG SPRINGS...
BREWSTER...BROKEN BOW...BURWELL...CHAPPELL...CURTIS...GORDON...
GRANT...HAY SPRINGS...HAYES CENTER...IMPERIAL...MULLEN...NORTH
PLATTE...OGALLALA...ONEILL...OSHKOSH...RUSHVILLE...SPENCER...
SPRINGVIEW...STAPLETON...TAYLOR...THEDFORD...TRYON AND VALENTINE
714 PM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015

.NOW...
AT 604 PM MDT DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED PERIODS OF LIGHT RAIN AND
SCATTERED SHOWERS FROM 6 MILES SOUTHEAST OF JEFFREY CANYON STATE
WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA TO 10 MILES SOUTHEAST OF BIG
SPRINGS...MOVING NORTH AT 15 MPH.

LOCATIONS THAT MAY BE AFFECTED THROUGH 9 PM CDT...8 PM MDT INCLUDE...
INTERSTATE 80...NORTH PLATTE...LAKE MCCONAUGHY...BRADY...LAKE
MALONEY...BIG SPRINGS...CHAPPELL AND BRULE.

UP TO 1/4 INCH OF RAIN IS POSSIBLE AS SOME SHOWERS STRENGTHEN AND
BECOME THUNDERSTORMS. THIS IS MOST LIKELY ALONG AND WEST OF HIGHWAY
61. OTHERWISE...LESS THAN 1/10 OF AN INCH OF RAIN IS EXPECTED
ELSEWHERE ACROSS WESTERN AND NORTH CENTRAL NEBRASKA.

THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS EASTERN COLORADO THIS EVENING SHOULD LIFT
NORTHEAST INTO SOUTHWEST NEBRASKA TONIGHT. THE THREAT OF SEVERE
WEATHER WOULD LIKELY DIMINISH BUT HEAVY RAINFALL COULD DEVELOP
ACROSS CHASE AND PERKINS COUNTIES. LOCALLY 1 INCH OF RAIN MAY FALL
IN ONE TO THREE HOURS WHICH WOULD PRODUCE MINOR FLOODING. HEAVY
RAINFALL MAY DEVELOP ACROSS DEUEL AND KEITH COUNTIES ALSO.

ALL OF THIS RAIN WAS ASSOCIATED WITH A VERY LARGE UPPER LEVEL
DISTURBANCE LOCATED ACROSS THE CENTRAL ROCKIES. THE STORM SYSTEM
WILL MOVE SLOWLY NORTH INTO THE DAKOTAS BY MONDAY AND CONTINUE TO
PRODUCE SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OVERNIGHT...SUNDAY AND
MONDAY.

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