Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS North Platte, NE

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NEZ004>010-022>029-035>038-056>059-069>071-094-130400-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR WESTERN AND NORTH CENTRAL NEBRASKA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
949 AM CST FRI DEC 12 2014 /849 AM MST FRI DEC 12 2014/

MOISTURE NEAR THE GROUND AND LIGHT SOUTH WINDS ALLOWED DENSE FOG
TO DEVELOP ACROSS MUCH OF SOUTHWEST NEBRASKA AND THE SOUTHERN
SANDHILLS. VISIBILITIES AS LOW AS ONE QUARTER MILE WERE REPORTED.
LOW TEMPERATURES WERE RATHER MILD ALONG AND EAST OF HIGHWAY 83 AS
MANY LOCATIONS STAYED NEAR OR ABOVE FREEZING. IN THE PANHANDLE
WHERE FOG WAS LIGHT OR DID NOT DEVELOP...MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES HELPED
TEMPERATURES DROP INTO THE TEENS.

CLOUD COVER WILL LIKELY STICK AROUND FOR MUCH OF THE DAY FOR
SOUTHWEST AND NORTH CENTRAL NEBRASKA. THE PANHANDLE AND NORTHWEST
NEBRASKA WILL EXPERIENCE SUNSHINE DUE TO MUCH DRIER AIR. HIGH
TEMPERATURES WILL REFLECT THE AMOUNT OF CLOUD COVER...AS LOWER TO
MID 60S ARE EXPECTED WEST OF HIGHWAY 61 AND MID 40S IN NORTH
CENTRAL NEBRASKA. WIND WILL BE OUT OF SOUTH AT GENERALLY 5 TO 15
MILES PER HOUR. FOG WILL REDEVELOP LATE THIS EVENING FOR MOST OF
THE SAME AREAS THAT HAD IT THIS MORNING.

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