Monday Evening Storms...Tuesday Heat...

Temps soar Tuesday...
Published: Aug. 1, 2022 at 7:12 PM CDT
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HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) - A SEVERE T’STORM WATCH has been posted from Northern Nebraska to the I-80 corridor until 1 AM. Grand Island, Kearney, Lexington, Ord, Broken Bow are among some of the Local 4 cities included in the watch. Storms have developed along a line of drier air with storms moving into a more humid, buoyant environment supportive of severe weather. Damaging winds and large hail will be the primary threat through 1 AM.

Until 1 am...Lexington, Kearney, Grand Island, Ord, Broken Bow among area towns...
Until 1 am...Lexington, Kearney, Grand Island, Ord, Broken Bow among area towns included...Damaging winds and large hail the primary threat....(KSNB)
Tonight.... Damaging winds, large hail the main threat.
Tonight.... Damaging winds, large hail the main threat.(KSNB)

Tuesday an upper level ridge of high pressure continues to build, making tomorrow the hottest day of the week. Highs will climb into the upper 90s with 100 degree heat more widespread across the state.

Statewide..
Statewide..(KSNB)

High humidity values will make temperatures feel like between 103 to 110. A HEAT ADVISORY will go into effect Tuesday through the early evening for a risk of heat related illness. Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning brings another chance for storms as an upper level disturbance tracks through the region.

Tuesday until 8 PM.... Feels like temps from 103 to 110 degrees..
Tuesday until 8 PM.... Feels like temps from 103 to 110 degrees..(KSNB)

Temperatures will not be AS hot Wednesday through Thursday as the ridge breaks down temporarily, trimming back the heat into the lower 90s, but by the end of the week mid to upper 90s can again be expected, before cooler air invades on Sunday dropping high temperatures back into the lower 80s.

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