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AWUS83 KGID 192038
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Weather Summary for Portions of the Central Plains
National Weather Service Hastings NE
237 PM CST Mon Feb 19 2018

Anticipate cloudy and cold conditions today across the area for much
of the day. Highs today will be in the lower to mid 20s for most
locations. Tonight brings chances for mixed winter
precipitation...with sleet...snow and freezing drizzle possible.
Tuesday morning will begin cold...with low temperatures in the
single digits for central Nebraska...and teens for north central
Kansas. North winds at 10 to 20 mph...gusting to 30 mph...will bring
wind chill values down to 15 degrees below zero for central Nebraska
Tuesday morning. Chances for a wintry mix of precipitation will
linger into Tuesday morning. High temperatures for Tuesday will
range from the mid teens to the mid 20s.

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Office: GLD AWUS83 KGLD 192151 RWSGLD COZ090>092-KSZ001>004-013>016-027>029-041-042-NEZ079>081-201300- Regional Weather Summary for the High Plains National Weather Service Goodland KS 251 PM MST Mon Feb 19 2018 /351 PM CST Mon Feb 19 2018/ Cloudy skies and light snow has covered most of the area through the day. Reported snowfall amounts have been a half inch or less. The winds have been north to northeast at 10 to 20 mph. Afternoon temperatures ranged from the middle teens to the upper 20s. OUTLOOK... Snow will continue through the night and will increase in intensity. 2 to 5 inches is expected along and north of a line from Flagler to Burlington to McDonald to Trenton. Less than two inches is expected over the remainder of the area. Also a rumble or two of thunder cannot be ruled out for tonight. The winds will be strong enough to cause patchy blowing snow. Low temperatures will range from near 5 to around 15 degrees which is 5 to around 10 degrees below normal. Wind chill temperatures during the overnight hours tonight and the morning hours on Tuesday will drop to 5 to 15 below zero over most of the area. Light snow or flurries will continue through the day on Tuesday with little to no additional accumulation. High temperatures will only range from the upper teens to the upper 20s which is 15 to 25 degrees below normal. $$
Office: OAX AWUS83 KOAX 200436 RWSOAX IAZ043-055-056-069-079-080-090-091-NEZ011-012-015>018-030>034- 042>045-050>053-065>068-078-088>093-191100- Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE 1030 PM CST Mon Feb 19 2018 Freezing rain, sleet and snow can be expected overnight and Tuesday. Winter weather advisories cover much of the region into Tuesday morning. Low temperatures overnight will be in the teens and 20s in Nebraska and western and northern Iowa. Highs on Tuesday will be in the 20s. $$ AWUS83 KOAX 200438 RWSOAX IAZ043-055-056-069-079-080-090-091-NEZ011-012-015>018-030>034- 042>045-050>053-065>068-078-088>093-201100- Weather Summary for Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE 1030 PM CST Mon Feb 19 2018 Freezing rain, sleet and snow can be expected overnight and Tuesday. Winter weather advisories cover much of the region into Tuesday morning. Low temperatures overnight will be in the teens and 20s in Nebraska and western and northern Iowa. Highs on Tuesday will be in the 20s. $$
Office: FSD
Office: LBF AWUS83 KLBF 200255 RWSLBF NEZ004>010-022>029-035>038-056>059-069>071-094-200800- Weather Summary for Western and North Central Nebraska National Weather Service North Platte NE 855 PM CST Mon Feb 19 2018 /755 PM MST Mon Feb 19 2018/ Today, cold air filtered into the area providing early morning high temperatures that dropped through the day. Highs only reached the teens and 20s before sunrise but slowly fell through the teens during the day and into the single digits for the evening. Persistent flurries through the day led to minor accumulations across the area, but only a few tenths at most. For tonight, snow coverage and intensity will increase first in the northwest but push south through the overnight hours. Periods of heavy snow will be possible with one inch per hour rates, perhaps higher across the northwest Sandhills, leading to accumulations for most locations by sunrise Tuesday. The greatest snow amounts will be confined to Sheridan and Cherry Counties where more than six inches are expected. Elsewhere, generally 2 to 6 inches is expected with decreasing amounts as you get further south towards Frontier County. Lows will bottom in the single digits for most locations with dangerous wind chills in the negative teens to negative 20s across the entire area. $$