Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Western and North Central Nebraska
National Weather Service North Platte NE
917 AM CST Wed Jan 11 2017 /817 AM MST Wed Jan 11 2017/

A strong cold front moved through the area early this morning,
rapidly dropping temperatures and causing blustery north winds. A
few flurries were also reported across the Sandhills. Lows ranged
from near zero along the South Dakota border to the mid 20s in far
southwest Nebraska.

Light accumulations of snow are likely for northern Nebraska
today and tonight, with generally 1 to 3 inches north of Highway
20, around 1 near Highway 2, and flurries to the south.
Temperatures will be slow to rebound this afternoon, only reaching
the teens across the Sandhills and lower 20s in southwest
Nebraska. As lows drop near or below zero tonight, Wind chills
will approach -15 to -20.

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