Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Western and North Central Nebraska
National Weather Service North Platte NE
902 AM CDT Fri Apr 20 2018 /802 AM MDT Fri Apr 20 2018/

A low pressure center over the Four Corners region kept
southeasterly winds up overnight with cloudy skies across the
region by daybreak. Temperatures were closer to normal this
morning with readings from the 30s over the north central ranging
to lower 40s in parts of the Panhandle.

Today rain will develop across the southwest through the morning
then spread northeast through the day. Rainfall amounts from a
half inch to an inch are likely across the west, with the higher
amounts over Chase County. Temperatures will be on the cool side
with readings topping out in the lower 40s from the eastern
Panhandle to middle 50s in portions of the north central. The
chance for rain will linger into tonight where areas generally west
of a line from Merriman, Mullen Sutherland and Imperial will see
the rain become mixed with snow then transition to all snow
overnight. Snow accumulations from a trace to 1 inch are expected on
grassy surfaces, possibly localized snow accumulations to 2
inches by daybreak Saturday.

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